Today Vancouver Airport Authority, the leading provider of automated passport control kiosk technology, announced that its BorderXpress kiosks in use at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL) are now able to process visa-carrying travelers including business or tourist visa holders, Mexican travelers with border crossing cards and foreign airline crew members. As the final phase of the APC rollout, this enhancement increases eligibility from U.S. and Canadian passport holders, U.S. Lawful Permanent Residents and 38 visa waiver countries outlined by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), to virtually all international arrivals at ATL.
"We're very excited to work with our airport partners like Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport to improve their border experience for passengers" said Craig Richmond, President and CEO of the Vancouver Airport Authority. "Our Innovative Travel Solutions team will continue to deliver new products and solutions to airports to make air travel easier and cut wait times."
Additionally, BorderXpress now offers facial recognition technology capabilities. All current BorderXpress airport customers will receive the APC Phase 4.0 upgrade as well as the facial recognition feature in the coming months. BorderXpress APC has helped over 30 million passengers clear the border safely and quickly with more than 650 kiosks in use at 24 airport locations, more than any other provider.