The airline industry is pushing for new technology and initiatives to streamline border processing for passengers, with trials underway at some airports. Airport passenger flow rates will need to increase significantly to cope with forecast growth in air travel, IATA director of airports and fuel Hemant Mistry said in a briefing at the IATA AGM in Sydney June 5. This means improving visa processes and making passenger identity checks more efficient through data sharing and other ...

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