ABOMIS reveals world's first IATA mobile passenger app

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ABOMIS Innovations, with the cooperation of IATA, has officially introduced the first IATA CUPPS* certified mobile Departure Control System (DCS) in the world.

Having an Android/iOS-based DCS certified by IATA, marks the beginning of a new era for the aviation industry where mobile devices successfully meet modern airport standards.

The aim of this CUPPS DCS system is to improve the level of service to passengers and the flexibility for airlines and airports by shortening the waiting time in the check-in and boarding queues.

Users have the ability to open a new check-in counter with a tablet or mobile phone where airport physical resources are constrained, particularly when unexpected events occur.

Common use IATA standards let airlines share hardware resources of the airport. Now using ABOMIS solutions, counter hardware can be augmented with multiple mobile agent's tablets or phones.

Ali Timajchi, Vice President of ABOMIS Innovations, said: "Finally, ABOMIS Innovations expresses deep gratitude for the extensive help of Dietrich Hasselhorn, the IATA and Lufthansa system expert who made this project a success."

*CUPPS stands for Common Use Passenger Processing System.

For more information visit www.ABOMIS.com

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