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ARINC Airports Self BagDrop at Dublin International Case Study

ARINC Airports Self BagDrop at Dublin International Case Study

When Frances O’Brien left Ryanair to join daa, the company that oversees Dublin Airport, she recognised that the airport faced a few challenges. O’Brien, VP PMO at daa, knew that dramatic passenger growth was resulting in longer check-in queues for airlines. She also recognised that introducing self-service kiosks and bag drops at the airport would make an enormous difference. So, in conjunction with Rockwell Collins, that’s exactly what the airport did.
Dublin Airport had already successfully implemented Rockwell Collins’ ARINC vMUSE™ common-use passenger processing system in 2015. “We worked with Rockwell Collins to implement systems that enable our airlines to share workstations, helping us make the best use of our current resources,” said O’Brien. “As we embarked on this new initiative, our existing relationship plus Rockwell Collins’ extensive industry expertise made them the right partner for us.”

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