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New Tokyo terminal boasts advanced technologies

ARINC Incorporated launched a suite of advanced passenger technologies for the opening of the new five-story International Terminal at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport.

ARINC Incorporated launched a suite of advanced passenger technologies for the opening of the new five-story International Terminal at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport.

Under a contract from Tokyo International Air Terminal Corporation (TIAT), ARINC has deployed more than 200 passenger check-in and departure workstations at the new International Terminal.

Its common-use passenger technology will allow international airlines to share the available counter space and make the most efficient use of the new Terminal facilities.

ARINC has also installed 40 common-use passenger kiosks at the International Terminal. The kiosks will support the diverse check-in applications of the growing number of carriers at the Terminal.

“We anticipate a growth in passenger volumes after the expansion of Haneda, therefore, we need to ensure that the airport systems deployed are able to support this increased traffic and at the same time provide new passenger conveniences,” comments Hirofumi Kagawa, TIAT’s manager of facilities planning.

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