Aircraft communications is a broad term often immediately associated with an information exchange between an aircraft’s flight deck and ground stations, typically via satellite or radio. In fact, aircraft communications can encompass a much wider spectrum and include digital data link communications shared by airlines, operators, aviation businesses and government departments to enhance aviation security across the globe.
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Rockwell Collins’ ARINC ACARS communications Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System, commonly known as ACARS, was developed and introduced by ARINC more than 40 years ago to replace the VHF voice service, which was used for all communications between flight crew and ground personnel prior to the introduction of data link. Primarily designed by ARINC’s engineering department to enhance data integrity, ACARS quickly became the industry standard and is still in use today.
Communicating aviation security data in a seamlessly secure environment is critical to the industry on many levels, from flight operations to passenger data transfer. Rockwell Collins’ ARINC AviNet network provides a robust system architecture that has been relied upon by the industry for over 50 years and handles millions of Type B communications every day for thousands of aviation businesses, airlines and operators worldwide.
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Reliable passenger data exchange to enhance aircraft security In the area of air transport security, aircraft communications solutions include the reliable transmission of passenger data in order to comply with regulatory conditions placed upon the industry by certain countries participating in the exchange of Advance Passenger Information.
Rockwell Collins’ ARINC AviSec aviation security software offers airlines and operators in both the commercial and business aviation sectors a secure and reliable platform to ensure that airline security data is exchanged swiftly and with seamless security. With fines of up to $5000 for non-compliance in the U.S. and potential ground delays while passengers are denied boarding, airlines simply cannot afford to risk a violation of mandatory requirements.
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AviSec delivers a seamlessly reliable solution via airline data link for airlines, operators and aviation businesses to handle passenger data transfer. With an industry-leading reputation for the provision of reliable aircraft communications spanning a history of more than 80 years, our solutions are the clear choice.
To find out more about how our transparent pricing and billing policies can help your business with industry compliance, simplified budgeting and contribute to worldwide aviation security, contact us today.