Soon, You May Not Need To Get Boarding Pass Stamped

Domestic flyers out of Delhi, Bengaluru and Mumbai could be among the first in India who would not need to get boarding cards stamped “security checked” after clearing pre-embarkation frisking.

The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) is approaching the Delhi and Bengaluru airports for pilot projects, to which both have agreed. Mumbai Airport will also start a pilot in three months.

“Boarding card stamping need not end only when the bigger digi-yatra (paperless biometric boarding for domestic flyers) project kicks off. It can happen earlier at some airports,” said a senior CISF official Read More

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