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AviSec Aviation Security Software Technical Advantages

AviSec messaging service allows greater flexibility for airline data transfer applications as the demand continues to increase across the globe for mandatory transmission of interactive Advance Passenger Information in order to maintain secure border control. To ensure utmost security and reliability, airlines and operators need aviation data transfer via a robust global network, capable of handling and converting multiple message formats.

The highly resilient ARINC AviNet network, now a part of the Rockwell Collins Managed Services division, has been relied upon for more than 50 years and continues to serve over 3,000 customers, delivering over 23 million type b messages every day.

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Advanced aviation security software supports multiple protocols

AviSec leverages the world’s largest, highly secure and reliable private global network, supporting a broad spectrum of IP protocols and legacy airline protocols including:

  • TCP/IP
  • XML
  • SMTP
  • HTTP
  • FTP
  • SFTP
  • CEFACT
  • SOAP Web Services
  • UN/EDIFACT
  • X.25
  • AX.25
  • SDLC
  • P1024A/B

With a fast and effective query response environment, AviSec delivers interactive Advance Passenger Information messages typically within one second, also fulfilling the required criteria for:

  • PNR transmission
  • Batch flight manifests
  • Authority to Carry Requests

AviSec delivers mandatory secure flight passenger data

Airlines simply cannot afford to fail in their obligations to make secure and reliable passenger data exchange with fines imposed, without exception or excuse, of up to $5,000. While there are a number of ways in which Advance Passenger Information and Passenger Name Records can be transmitted to governments and border control agencies, none are as unassailable as Type B.

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Rockwell Collins’ ARINC AviSec handles more than 23 million secure aviation data transfer messages every day for over 3,000 customers. The robust architecture of the AviNet network supports a fast and efficient query-response environment to ensure the exchange of interactive Advance Passenger Information and Authority to Carry Requests between carriers and government departments with no delays.

Using the AviSec messaging service helps to maintain secure border control, enhances traveller experience with a boost to general aviation security and can maximise operational productivity for airlines with manageable costs.

What are Authority to Carry Requests?

To find out more about how AviSec can help to streamline your business with reliable aviation data transfer, please contact us today.

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