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Rockwell to supply common-use platform for New Zealand airports

New Zealand’s three largest airports have selected Rockwell Collins to implement its common-use passenger-processing solutions (CUPPS) to help reduce costs and expedite check-in times.

Wellington International, Auckland and Christchurch airports will all be updated with Rockwell’s ARINC vMUSE platform, which will provide airlines with the operational flexibility of using common-use terminal equipment (CUTE), helping to speed up processing times. Rockwell’s ARINC Managed Services division will also provide on-site maintenance and support services 24/7 for the three systems.

Paul Hickox, head of airport system sales for Rockwell Collins, said, “Our solutions are helping airports seeking to realize IATA’S FAST Travel objectives to provide more control for passengers by streamlining and speeding up the check-in process. These three separate contracts demonstrate our ability to help our airport customers meet their goals and are another key milestone in our commitment to invest and grow our business in the Australasia region.”

April 20, 2016





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