ARINC AviNet® Airport

Simplified operations. Secure network. Cost-effective connectivity.

As the aviation industry continues to experience significant growth, the need for seamless operations and passenger processing has become even more critical. Airlines benefit tremendously from simplified airport operations utilizing secure and cost-effective connectivity for departure control and passenger processing systems.

Collins Aerospace's ARINC AviNet® Airport is a shared wide area network (WAN) service providing a single connection for airlines’ self-serve passenger check-in systems and back office systems into our global network. Currently deployed at more than 200 airports around the world, the service is designed for sub-second response times and achieves 99.999 percent network reliability.  

Our system provides passengers and airlines alike with security and data integrity within the airline’s virtual network space. This data is managed through the ARINC Ground Network’s (AGN)’s enterprise network environment, with efficient site-to-site communications ensuring effective and secure global communication. ARINC AviNet Airport supports back office connectivity for airlines, ground handlers and maintenance providers as well as core business activities on the airport site.        
When deployed with our cloud-based multi-user system environment ARINC cMUSETM , ARINC AviNet Airport requires no new hardware and features fully-scalable bandwidth to ensure your needs are met. The system is also  fully deployable on other common-use platforms.

Why ARINC AviNet Airport?

  • IP access from airports to remote host applications for passenger check-in and boarding systems
  • Reduces costs of multiple, dedicated connections 
  •  A fully managed service with 24/7 global support
  •  99.999 percent reliability
Simple and quick Implementation
  •  New service is implemented within 120 working days and at existing locations in 15 days


Join the more than 200 airports already relying on ARINC AviNet Airports to meet their connectivity needs.  


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