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Installation of E-gates: International Specialists Tour Pakistan Principal Airports

According to the reports, French experts visited the airports in Karachi, Islamabad, and Lahore on Sunday in preparation for the installation of electronic gates, or E-gates According to specifics, representatives from the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCAA) and the Aviation Division informed the international specialists on the installation of e-gates at the airports in Karachi, Islamabad, and Lahore.

The installation of E-gates will save travellers time and hassle because they can collect their boarding cards by scanning their ticket and passport through the E-gate, eliminating the need for them to wait in queue for a boarding pass.

The E-gate makes use of the information included in the passport’s biometric chip, according to sources within the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).

Passengers travelling abroad will find this new technology convenient.

The gate will automatically open for a traveller who has undergone biometric identification using facial, fingerprint, iris recognition, or overall methods.

Regarding the implementation of e-gates at three main airports in Pakistan, significant progress has been made.

The airports in Lahore, Karachi, and Islamabad were recently subjected to a thorough assessment by a group of French specialists.

The foreign experts were briefed on the e-gate initiative by the Aviation Division and Civil Aviation Authority, under the strict supervision of the Secretary of Aviation.

The project’s objectives are to build e-gates at the international airports in Islamabad, Jinnah, and Karachi, as well as Allama Iqbal in Lahore.

Passengers will be able to expedite the immigration process by scanning their passports through the e-gates, which will be run by FIA Immigration.

This cutting-edge technology will improve the ease and security of international travel by identifying those who are on stop lists, the Exit Control List (ECL), and who have committed other crimes.

The e-gate project, which is expected to significantly enhance passenger advantages and airport security protocols, is being overseen by the Secretary of Aviation.

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