Departure Control System

ABOMIS DCS Help you to provide your passengers with the best experience.

ABOMIS Departure Control System (ABDCS)

ABDCS is a comprehensive passenger processing system developed by ABOMIS INNOVATIONS for check-in and boarding at the airports. Our solution helps Low-Cost Carriers, Charter airlines and point-to-point operators empower their aircraft and passenger handling processes by running their operations with big one tools. Taking into account the financial factors and compliance with IATA’s standards, manuals and guidelines (e.g., Passenger Services Conference Resolutions Manual (PSCRM), the small - medium size airports, airlines and ground handlers can use ABDCS solution to facilitate agent activities for increased productivity and to optimize every opportunity for revenue generation, while also ensuring enhanced customer satisfaction at the airport. ABDCS could reduce our costumers’ expanses with:

  • low implementation cost
  • free customization
  • free upgrading
  • imposing low charge per passenger

We are eagerly looking forward to support and develop your new ideas which have the potential to simplify your business.

Certified for Common Use Environment

ABOMIS departure control system Solution is certified on most CUPPS (common use passenger processing system) and CUSS (common use self-service) providers (e.g., RESA)

Complies with Standard IATA Messages

Our solution properly complies with standard IATA teletype messages. Our DCS solution is able to receive PNL and ADL messages through type-b and e-mail or as an excel file. Furthermore, ABDCS can send the following output messages through type-b or email:

  • ETL
  • FTL
  • PFS
  • PIL
  • PRL
  • PSM
  • SAL
  • SOM
  • SPM
  • TPM

Handles All Customs and Immigration Requirements, APIS and APP

Our DCS solution provides necessary customs and immigration requirements including The Advance Passenger Information System (APIS) and Advanced Passenger Processing (APP).

ABDCS Benefits

ABDCS provides a range of benefits and improvements for airlines and ground service companies including:

  • Lowest Cost
  • Industry Standard
  • Intuitive Interface
  • Inter Connectability
  • Scalable
  • Highly Configurable
  • Cloud Based
  • Local Database Option
  • Reliability Emphasis
  • Hardware Independent

ABDCS Features

Beside the low cost of ownership factors, ABDCS provides other distinct features:

  • Standard and Configurable Baggage & Boarding Formats
  • Excess Baggage, Weight Limits, Restrictions, Conditions
  • Mobile Application for Supervisor and Management
  • Integrated Weight and Balance
  • Go Show/No Show Reports
  • Supervisory/Management Reports and Displays, Online/Offline
  • Aircraft Database, Configurable for all Types and Configurations
  • Agent Qualification Restrictions by Signing Code or User Group
  • Seat Condition Restrictions, Exit Row, Infant, Bulkhead
  • Minimum demand for connectivity
  • Suitable for non-common-use systems
  • Group Passenger Features
  • Boarding Control and Reconciliation
  • Potential Baggage Reconciliation
  • IATA Standard Messages
  • Web Based Application
  • Cloud or Local Database

ABOMIS Departure Control System Modules

Our DCS solution strongly focuses on the Check-in and Boarding user interfaces, and makes sure that passenger handling processes are carried out efficiently as possible from passenger’s arrival at the airport to settling into their seats. For this purpose, passengers can benefit ABDCS different Check-in modules:

  • Web Check-in
  • Kiosk Check-in
  • Mobile Check-in
  • Counter Check-in

Web Based Check-in Applications

The Web Applications are improvement tools which are mainly used for rostering and personnel management. To organize and update planned rosters, the web-based applications provide immediate communication between management and crew members via any device that has internet access. Our solutions are designed to be efficient, simple and flexible. the following factors are the main features of web-based ABDCS:

  • Globally Available
  • Crew Management
  • Real Time Flight Data

Mobile Check-in

In mobile Check-in process, boarding pass and other necessary Check-in information (e.g., preferred seat number) is sent to the passenger’s mobile device, and consequently, there is no need for printing it. The mobile version of boarding pass can then be scanned at the airport during security checks and boarding.

  • Standard baggage tag & boarding pass print
  • Imports passenger name list (PNL) from any reservations system
  • Excess baggage
  • Flight status
  • Go show/No show
  • Instant checks (flight number, date, and duplicates)
  • Integration with baggage reconciliation systems
  • Local database (all ABDCS required data)
  • Simultaneous support for multiple hosts
  • Online and offline reports

Online check-in

Online check-in is the process in which passengers use internet to check-in online and confirm the information needed prior the flight (e.g., meal options and baggage quantities and preferred seat number). In this process, passengers are able to print their own boarding pass outside an airport, and consequently avoid the long Check-in traffic at the airports.

Kiosk Check-in

Kiosk Check-in is a self-service approach for passengers to check-in using specific kiosks located at the airport. They can conveniently enter the necessary information and print their boarding pass via the Check-in kiosk.

Check-in Counter

The most common way of Check-in at the airport is carried out via Check-in counters. Check-in staffs receive the necessary information from passengers and print the boarding pass for them.