Simple Flying - Jonathan E. Hendry

The airport is looking to introduce biometrics to allow select customers to depart without ever having to present their passports.

Singapore Changi Airport plans to implement advanced biometrics next year, eliminating the need for passengers to present their passports when departing.

Using biometrics will create a single authentication token that can be used at various touchpoints throughout the airport, reducing the need to repeatedly present travel documents.

The introduction of automated, passport-free immigration clearance is part of Singapore's efforts to future-proof the busy airport and manage the expected increase in traveler volume.

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