For details about the ACI ACRIS WG 13th meeting in Geneva, 8-9 April 2013, please click here.

Click here to download the ACI_RP502A10_ACRIS Recommended Practice.

ACI Airport Community Recommended Information Services – ACI ACRIS – is an initiative from the ACI World Airport IT Standing Committee (WAITSC). To establish this, the ACI WAITSC founded a Working Group in 2009.

The vision behind ACI ACRIS is "the consistent adoption of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) principles across the world's Airport Community in a coordinated effort".

The mission of the ACI ACRIS WG is "to deliver recommendations, requirements and technical specifications that enable airports, airlines, partners and suppliers to exchange and process data in a standardized and service oriented way".

The main objectives for the ACI ACRIS WG are

- To define service descriptions for the usage scenarios described in Annex 1 (such as Passenger Status; Business to Business - B2B - Airport Status; Airport CDM – Collaborative Decision Making; Common Use Bag Drop)

- To provide supporting documentation regarding 

        - Information Technology Security

        - Design, Installation and Operation guidelines

        - Semantic model for the aviation – airport domain

- To complement and use existing IT and process standards, as mentioned in Annex 2 of the Recomended Practice.