Gatwick Airport passengers can now board in the blink of an eye

06/6/2013 | Airport-World.com

Passengers enrolled in London's Gatwick Airport's biometric automated aircraft boarding system can now board a plane using just their eye. Travelers drop their bags at a self-service area, then enroll by having their iris scanned by a machine powered by Human Recognition Systems' MFlow. "This innovative trial is an excellent example of how we are using cutting-edge technology to shape the future of travel through our airport," said Gatwick change manager Chris Baldwin.

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