Automatic passport control will appear in Vnukovo and Koltsovo in 2024 at 08:33

Automatic passport control will come into effect at Moscow’s Vnukovo airport and Yekaterinburg’s Koltsovo airport in 2024. The innovation was announced by the head of the Russian Ministry of Transport, Vitaly Savelyev, during a conversation. TASS.

“The deployment of an automatic passport control system is envisaged, which will <...> Check all passport data without <...> border guard,” the department head said.

As the minister explained, this will be done with the aim of reducing the time to go through border control at international airports for the convenience of passengers.

“Next year air control points in Vnukovo and Koltsovo will be equipped with it,” Savelyev said.

According to the agency, such a system is currently already operating at Sheremetyevo Airport.

Russian Railways, Ministry of Transport and Ministry of Digital Development in July reportedHe said that Russian Federation railways could start recognizing passengers by their faces.

Previously in Russia acquired A single bank of contactless services.

Source: Gazeta


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