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British Airways Expands Its Biometric Boarding Gates In The US

9 monthes ago   |   By Ubergizmo

The process of boarding a flight can be lengthy. This is because there are multiple steps and procedures that you need to take in order to reach your plane, such as checking in your luggage, making it past immigration, customs, and so on. However British Airways has eliminated some of those steps with its biometric boarding gates. Now in an announcement by the airlines company, they will be expanding the testing of its biometric boarding gates in the US. Prior to this, the system was being tested for British Airways flights flying out of LAX to Heathrow, but the expansion will now cover...
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