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Las Vegas McCarran Airport Renews Contract for Automated Passenger Systems

August 22, 2012 By: Newswire

airport securityLas Vegas McCarran International Airport has renewed its contract for passenger processing systems with ARINC Incorporated. McCarran Airport recently implemented ARINC’s systems into the airport’s new Terminal 3.

ARINC will provide and maintain its vMUSE platform for Common-Use Passenger Processing Systems (CUPPS), BagLink RFID-based baggage messaging program, Common-Use Self Service (CUSS) kiosks and Local Departure Control Systems. ARINC currently provides more than 425 kiosks throughout the airport.

“The Clark County Department of Aviation recognizes that ARINC offers significant technical expertise in passenger processing and baggage handling. Their common-use systems represent the latest in international standards and have had a measurable positive effect on passenger satisfaction,” said Samuel Ingalls, assistant director of aviation information systems for McCarran Airport. “We look forward to expanding this successful arrangement that is built on trust, mutual commitment, and a sense of partnership,” he continued. McCarran International Airport is owned and managed by Clark County, NV.


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By Newswire | August 22, 2012
McCarran’s relationship with ARINC Incorporated began in 1996 when ARINC installed the first fully common-use passenger processing system at a top-ten U.S. domestic airport.