Aruba and Vision-Box agree further evolution of Aruba Happy Flow

Will profile Aruba Airport as an airport that drives change with a passenger centric focus

Aruba Airport Authority and Vision-Box have signed an exclusive partnership for the further evolution of the Aruba Happy Flow.

The announcement comes about two years after the launch of Aruba Happy Flow, a biometric screening program that means that at all passenger touch-points the passenger’s face image is the identification token.

Passengers are only required to show their passport once, at check-in, when they also enroll their biometric data. After that, they move across all stages of the airport being identified at the touch points by facial recognition cameras.

The partnership will profile Aruba Airport as an airport that drives change with passenger centric focus, creating value for their stakeholders and an excellent passenger experience. It should provide skills development for Aruban and international students through the Vision-Box Centre of Excellence, while building a strong foundation for sustainable airport solutions.

Aruba Happy Flow is the result of a cooperative consortium composed of the governments of Aruba and the Netherlands, Schiphol Group, KLM, Aruba Airport Authority and Vision-Box.

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