ARINC and Ikusi Deliver Passenger Technologies

Lleida-Alguaire Airport, Spain, has prepared for an expected 30,000 additional passengers. (via ARINC)

Lleida-Alguaire Airport, Spain, has prepared for an expected 30,000 additional passengers. (via ARINC)

An advanced check-in solution from ARINC Incorporated and Ikusi has been delivered to Lleida-Alguaire Airport in Spain.
As UK travel operator Neilson-Thomas prepares to launch charter operations, around 30,000 additional arrivals and departures are expected at the winter gateway.  New at the airport are: a check-in area with six desks, a departure area with two gates and an arrivals area with two baggage claim belts in preparation for the boost in passenger numbers.
Technology solutions offered by ARINC and Ikusi involve remotely hosted check-in and departure systems that reduce the local infrastructure required without any need for costly servers or conventional workstations on-site.
ARINC’s vMUSE Enterprise and Hosted DCS operate on cost-effective “thin client” hardware using an Internet connection.  All data processing is performed at an off-site central processor maintained by ARINC.
The hosted approach eliminates maintenance requirements and reduces energy costs.
Lleida-Alguaire Airport has also installed two new security control points and passport control stations.