ARINC Extends Contract with Int’l Airport Authority for Passenger Processing Systems

ARINClogoARINC Inc.’s airport systems division has won a 10-year contract extension to provide the Calgary Airport Authority with its common use passenger processing systems.

ARINC Managed Services LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of ARINC, will perform maintenance services including vMUSE, BagLink, common use self service and local departure control system systems for the airport through 2022, according to an  ARINC statement.

The company aims for the agreement to update the airport’s systems based on new standards such as the vMUSE upgrade to the IATA CUPPS Standard version 1.3.

Mike Picco, vice president of ARINC’s airports systems division, said the company aims to grow the partnership over the next decade and help Calgary improve its passenger processing technologies.

ARINC provides common use systems to help the airport expand the new international terminal, which is under construction and will start operating in 2015 to double the size of the airport facilities.

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