ARINC Wins Systems Integration Project at Port Moresby Int. Airport in PNG

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 17 April 2013

ARINC has been appointed to implement multiple airport systems at the Port Moresby International Airport, also known as the Jacksons International Airport, in Papua New Guinea.

ARINCs airport IT solutions will be deployed in both the International and Domestic Terminals as part of the airports aim to modernize the passenger processing system and enhance the passenger experience. ARINC will be deploying the following solutions:

VeriPax Passenger Reconciliation System

vMUSE - next generation passenger processing solution

AirVue - multimedia flight information display system

AirDB airport database for flight data management

ARINCs proven expertise and depth of experience working with airports of all sizes across Asia was a key factor in our selection decision. We are confident that with the deployment of these solutions, we will be able to improve the passenger experience, streamline the passenger reconciliation processes and strengthen security at the airport. Most importantly, it enables us to provide a consistent model for passenger processing for all airlines that operate at the Port Moresby Airport, said Joseph Kintau, Managing Director of National Airport Corporation (NAC).

The Port Moresby International Airport is also planning to build a new International Terminal to handle growth in passenger traffic. The new terminal is expected to be completed in time for the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meeting that is to be hosted in Papua New Guinea in 2018.


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