ARINC announced that it has installed the new Passenger Processing System, with on-site maintenance and support at Brussels Airport in Belgium. ARINC installed its CUPPS-compliant vMUSE common use solution on nearly 500 workstations. ARINC’s AviNet global networking solution has also been fitted at the airport providing a secure WAN connectivity to the airlines’ host systems.
CUTE & Telecommunications Service Manager at Brussels Airport, Pierre Gehrenbeck Said “ARINC’s proven history of successfully migrating major airport sites to common-use passenger processing systems was a key factor in our selection decision. In addition, the efficient and cost-effective program is fully scalable to our airport and can be easily adapted to fit our projected growth”.
ARINC’s vMUSE platform maximizes the use of airport infrastructure through shared workstations, reducing the need for complex and expensive hardware systems, and a cost saving and rapid process. Supporting whichever application an airline has, the open design of vMUSE incorporates an easy integration with airline technology requirements.