Aerospace communications, integration and engineering specialist ARINC has won two contracts for its vMUSE passenger processing system.

ARINC will install its vMUSE Enterprise cloud-based common use check-in system at Kazan Airport in the Russian province of Tatarstan.

It will install 40 workstations at Kazan, linked to a remote ARINC data center. The cloud-based vMUSE Enterprise is designed to give small- and medium-sized airports access to the same type and quality of services as vMUSE systems at major airports that run on on-site servers.

Kazan normally handles one million passengers annually; the new system will assist in handling the estimated three million passengers expected to pass through the airport this summer for the Universiade sporting event being held locally.

Additionally, a three-year contract with the Egyptian Holding Co. for Airports and Air Navigation will see ARINC installing vMUSE at five regional Egyptian airports—Abu Simbel, Aswan, Borg El Arab, Luxor and Sharm El Sheikh.

The project involves installation of the core Common Use Passenger Processing Systems as well as providing remote Level 3 support.