CISF Confirms Plans To Implement Express Check-In System At Indian Airports


The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) in India has confirmed plans to deploy an advanced ‘express check-in’ technology at the country’s airports to enhance services for passengers.

The security force aims to replace the boarding pass collection system at Indian airports with new biometric technology.

It reportedly aims to deploy the system at 59 airports across the country, as well as civil facilities that are slated to come under the CISF’s ‘unified command’ in the future. Read More…

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