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Business Aviation

The term ‘business aviation’ refers to any aviation activities conducted for business purposes, or any flights that are not operated by commercial, scheduled airlines or by the military.

Companies who are members of the business aviation community operate a number of different types of aircraft that could fall into the business aviation category, such as:

  • Turboprop aircraft
  • Single-pilot aircraft
  • Corporate jet aircraft
  • Turbine-propelled aircraft

Business aviation communications and compliance

Although rules, regulations and guidelines differ for business operators, regulatory bodies are updating mandatory requirements every year, and the world of business aviation is beginning to face the challenges of the commercial and government sectors in terms of compliance.

The provision of airline passenger data in the form of Advance Passenger Information, acceptably abbreviated to API, is one of the latest requirements to become mandatory within the business aviation industry. As more and more countries begin to participate, and business jets fly greater distances, the provision of Advance Passenger Information Exchange will also increase.

More about airline passenger data.

How does aviation security software help?

Not only is the provision of API mandatory for business aviation operators, the collection, storage and transmission of secure flight passenger data is also heavily regulated.

In order to fully comply with API regulations, and to enhance aviation security, operators must ensure Advance Passenger Information is transmitted using an acceptable system. The Advance Passenger Information System, or APIS is a universally-accepted, standard method for the collection and handling of airline security data.

Find out more about Advance Passenger Information System (APIS).

Failure to adhere to the requirement of the provision of API can lead to heavy fines across the world, (up to $5,000 in the U.S.) and expensive, additional ground delays as affected passengers or crew are removed from the aircraft.

What is ARINC AviSec?

Rockwell Collins’ ARINC AviSec is a robust airline operations software that ticks all the boxes in terms of compliance, and offers airlines and business operators a flexible, reliable and secure platform for passenger data exchange.

Leveraging the strength of the ARINC AviNet network, AviSec offers unmatched reliability and a guaranteed transmission of critical passenger data exchange within one second.

More about ARINC AviSec.

Why choose Rockwell Collins’ ARINC AviSec?

Rockwell Collins’ ARINC AviSec delivers enhanced efficiency for reliable passenger data transfer of critical information to enable airlines to remain compliant with regulatory conditions across the world.

As leading airline data link providers, Rockwell Collins’ ARINC offers operators a holistic approach to aircraft communications, and enhances air transport security with access to a range of services that enables complete compliance.

Also backed by the support of a state of the art operations centre, staffed by uniquely qualified personnel, Rockwell Collins ensure all your operational requirements are met with utmost quality and dedication.

Our decades of industry experience at every flight level, and suites of aviation solutions in every area of operational development, give our customers the reassurance that flight operations and industry regulatory compliance are covered. With the best messaging rates in the industry, and options for price-per-flight, or flat-rate pricing, Rockwell Collins’ ARINC AviSec is the clear choice.

Contact us today to find out more about operational compliance solutions for commercial and business aviation.

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See also:

ARINC AviSec Overview
Technical Advantages of AviSec

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