First airport in Italy to trial biometrics for departures
More biometric boarding from U.S. and more self-tagging in Korea
Emirates is the first airline outside America to receive approval for biometric boarding from the U.S. Customs Border Protection (CBP).
Lufthansa starts using biometric boarding at a fourth U.S. airport, more to come at other airports throughout United States.
Using the facial recognition system at its largest hub on select international departures from DFW Terminal D.
The airport now has 48 border control kiosks from Innovative Travel Solutions.
By early 2020, plans to check biometrics at over 350 passenger touchpoints at BLR Airport Terminal 1.
Biometric tracking facial recognition systems are coming to these six airports:
Facial-recognition boarding should be faster and cheaper
Trial is for passengers going airside
Passengers will use mobile phone instead of passport
Airlines says it is optional
Airport expected to open on Sept 30
Hamad Airport to use facial recognition at passenger touch points
Says feedback is very positive
Kiosks and app speed up arrivals process
10 ABC eGates: 6 in arrivals and 4 in departures
Will use facial recognition eGates from Vision-Box
Greece’s largest airport becomes Europe’s first to use biometric identity at security
Uses facial recognition with Cathay Pacific
Also adds new features to Air France app