Passenger Facilitation Solutions

Our experience and innovation keep operations flowing

A man and woman riding an escalator at an airport

Driven by the International Air Transport Association's (IATA) Fast Travel program, the air travel industry seeks to ensure that by 2020, 80 percent of global passengers will have a complete range of relevant self-service options throughout their journey – providing enhanced convenience and less waiting.

Collins Aerospace is ideally positioned to help you manage this growth with solutions designed to be secure, seamless and efficient. Working closely with IATA and driven by both the Passenger Facilitation Program and ONE ID task force, we are focusing on the end-to-end passenger journey, increasing operational efficiencies and minimizing changes to existing infrastructure.

Biometric facial recognition showing 4 key areas of ARINC SelfPass process through the airport: mobile self-enrollment, passport, boarding pass, and biometric processor

Biometric solutions

As the aviation industry continues to grow the world over and airports face the challenges of more and more traffic, the passenger expectation for a seamless journey through the terminal is only increasing. Our ARINC SelfPass™ biometrics technology provides walking-pace identity management from the curb to the gate. Airports can deploy the standalone self-service solutions at any touchpoint in minutes.

People interacting at an airport security check

Passenger verification

Airports need solutions that move passengers as quickly and efficiently as possible while accommodating evolving security requirements and new International Air Transport Association (IATA) initiatives. The ARINC VeriPax™ optimizes passenger flow at security checkpoints by complementing existing manual processes while enabling the verification of flight and boarding pass information.

Automated Border Control

As border control grows more important than ever, it becomes more challenging to maintain operational flow in airports and avoid congestion at checkpoints. We built the ARINC Automated Border Control system to maintain the integrity of existing systems while simultaneously advancing it with modern facial recognition technology that gives passengers a fast-track option for border crossing.