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1. CUSS Kiosks Now in Action at Sao Paulo Guarulhos
CUSS Kiosks Now in Action at So Paulo Guarulhos. One of South Americas busiest airports, So Paulo Guarulhos International (GRU), has installed the first common use self-service (CUSS) kiosks in Brazil. Provided by SITA, the kiosks allow passengers to check in for flights on Air Canada, Air France, KLM or LAN from any kiosk.
2. Miami Int. Airport to Install Additional 44 Self-Service Passport Control Kiosks
Miami International Airport (MIA) is to install an additional 44 self-service passport control kiosks. The new automated passport control (APC) kiosks will be supplied by SITA, and will give Miami International Airport a total of 80 APC kiosks to help accelerate the customs and immigration process. MIA is a major hub for international traffic around 50% of its passengers are trav
3. Etihad Airways launches Self Service Check-In Kiosks in Abu Dhabi
Etihad Airways launches Self Service Check-In Kiosks in Abu Dhabi. Etihad Airways has expanded its customer ground services with the launch of dedicated self service check-in kiosks at Abu Dhabi airports Terminal 3. Etihad customers can now also use the kiosks at Terminal 1.
4. JetBlue Enhances JFKs T5 Services with Automated Passport Control Kiosks
More than 40 new automated passport control (APC) kiosks went live on Wednesday at JetBlues new international arrivals hall extension at Terminal 5 (T5) at JFK International Airport. The kiosks provided by SITA allow international arriving passengers to move through the customs and immigration process more quickly and smoothly. They are part of JetBlues investment into its new ar
5. Miami Airport Shortens Queues with Self Service Passport Control Kiosks
Passengers at Miami International Airport can benefit from shorter queues in passport control thanks to new self-service passport control kiosks from SITA. The new kiosks can process passengers in less than two minutes, compared to longer waits for a U.S. Customs and Border Protection agent during peak travel periods.
6. Air France-KLM Enhances Travel Experience with 765 New Self-Service Kiosks
Almost all 765 new self-service kiosks, which air transport IT provider, SITA, has jointly designed with Air France-KLM, are now in operation at Amsterdams Schiphol and Paris Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports. Packed with the latest features, the new kiosks allow passengers to check-in for flights, print bag tags or purchase additional services.
7. New Automated Passport Control Kiosks at Abu Dhabi Airport
Passengers travelling to the United States can now pre-clear U.S. Customs and Immigration at Abu Dhabi International Airport using new automated passport control (APC) kiosks from air transport and government IT specialist, SITA. The self-service kiosks use advanced biometric technology to streamline border control procedures and process passengers securely in less than 60 seconds.
8. Emirates Installs Touchless Self Check-In and Bag Drop Kiosks at DXB
Emirates has upgraded its self check-in and bag drop kiosks at Dubai International (DXB) so that they are now touchless. The 32 self-service bag drop machines and 16 check-in kiosks can be controlled completely by personal mobile devices without touching the screens. Published by TravelNewsAsia.com on 9 February 2021.

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