U.S. Airlines Test Biometrics To Streamline Boarding

Credit: Delta Air Lines Photos
Waiting in line at a counter to drop off checked bags and digging out a boarding pass could one day be distant memories for U.S. travelers, depending on how trials of new self-service technologies at airports play out. The U.S. requires the use of biometrics to track noncitizens entering and leaving...

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