The International Air Transport Association is hoping that its Checkpoint of the Future will make traveling more efficient and smooth at airports around the world. The program, which is based on putting fliers into three categories -- know traveler, normal and enhanced risk -- has begun trials and could be finalized by 2020.
IATA is testing Checkpoint of the Future security concept
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