Global Entry kiosks go online in San Francisco

08/25/2009 | Oakland Tribune (Calif.), The

TSA unveiled its Global Entry kiosks at San Francisco International Airport on Monday, allowing many international passengers to complete the arrivals screening process in less than five minutes. Airport administrators say the automated kiosks allow Border Protection personnel to focus their efforts on higher-risk threats. SFO was one of 13 airports nationwide to receive funding for the pilot program.

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