ARINC Award Recognises Service & Operational Excellence

airline messagingARINC has been awarded the coveted ‘IT Service Provider of the Year’ at the Airport Business Partner Award ceremony in New Delhi recently.

The award, given by Indira Ghandi International Airport, demonstrates ARINC’s industry excellence in airline messaging with the use of their vMUSE platform for hugely successful common-use check in kiosks, passenger processing systems and baggage reconciliation system.

Mr Indana Prabhakara Rao, CEO of Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), the organizers of the event, congratulated ARINC on their achievement and said, “GMR-IGI Airport Awards are meant to recognize our business partners who deliver outstanding service.”

ARINC are delighted to receive the award and recognition of their products and services, of which they are immensely proud.  ARINC’s industry-leading innovations have paved the way for the aviation industry for more than 80 years and they continue to provide solutions that meet the growing needs of their customers from airline messaging to airport operations and passenger connectivity.

“ARINC counts some of the biggest airlines and airports in the world as its customers. This accolade by the largest airport in India and one of the largest worldwide is important as it signifies ARINC’s capability and commitment to delivering innovative and reliable end-to-end products and services with superior performance, quality and total customer satisfaction,” said Mr. Michael DiGeorge, ARINC Asia Pacific Managing Director, adding, “ARINC is also committed to growing its business in India, an important market for us, and this award affirms our steady and sustainable growth in the country.”

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