TELECOMWORLDWIRE-20 April 2007-China Southern Airlines selects ARINC's AviNet Airport network service ©1994-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
The AviNet Airport network service of ARINC Incorporated, a transportation communications and systems engineering company, has been selected by China Southern Airlines, an airline in The People's Republic of China, to connect its host computer system at Beijing with international passenger operations in Australia, Japan and Korea.
China Southern Airlines said the AviNet Airport global IP network solution allows it to network traditional and up-to-date operation applications, securely and cost-effectively, via a single connection. It confirmed that the service is expected to boost productivity and uptime while increasing network redundancy.
AviNet Airport's IP technology supports aviation industry connectivity requirements for processes such as check-in, baggage handling, ticketing, gate management, fuelling, flight information display systems and ground-handling operations.
According to ARINC, it expects to complete four cutovers for China Southern passenger operations, starting this month. It will include operations at Australia's Melbourne International Airport, Japan's Kansai International and Narita International Airports and Korea's Incheon International Airport.
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