Denim Selects ARINC AviNet Mail for Critical Aviation Messaging

aviation messaging solutionsARINC has announced that Denim, Dutch providers of aircraft and crew capacity solutions for worldwide airlines and organizations, have selected ARINC’s AviNet Mail for their critical Type B messaging requirements.

AviNet is an essential solution for secure, mission-critical communications for the aviation industry.  It is a part of ARINC’s eHub suite and provides seamless global solutions with their industry-leading reliability.

Denim will also use ARINC’s GLOBALink ACARS messaging, to provide instant air-ground and ground-air data communications for Denim’s Embraer 190 planes.  The move is aimed at improving efficiency and operational productivity.

“ARINC offered us a user friendly, flexible and more technically advanced solution,” said Maarten Temminck, Project Manager at Denim. “We provide a number of vital services to our customers worldwide, and we believe we can now do so better with ARINC.”

Alexis Hickox, Senior Director, Aviation Solutions, at ARINC EMEA explained there were several reasons for the change. “ARINC provided a superior solution for Denim. Specifically, they cited ARINC’s Type B messaging service, enabling ground-to air communications and lower costs as reasons for their decision.”

ARINC aviation solutions are renowned innovations in the industry.  They are world-leaders in aviation communications and have been for more than 80 years since the birth of commercial air travel.  ARINC continue to look ahead and tirelessly produce new and improved solutions to meet the growing demands of aviation travel.

Alexis Hickox, Senior Director, Aviation Solutions, at ARINC EMEA explained there were several reasons for the change. “ARINC provided a superior solution for Denim. Specifically, they cited ARINC’s Type B messaging service, enabling ground-to air communications and lower costs as reasons for their decision.”

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