The DigiYatra facility will be available to all passengers at IGI Airport Terminals 2 and 3 by the end of March
Delhi airport operator DIAL said on Wednesday that the DigiYatra facility based on facial recognition technology will be available to passengers at all entrance and boarding gates in Terminals 2 and 3. here at the end of March.
The DigiYatra installation at the entrance gates of Terminal 1 of the airport is expected to be operational from April.
Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) in the nation’s capital, operated by Delhi International Airport Ltd (DIAL), is the country’s largest airport and has three terminals.
In the first phase, the DigiYatra installation was introduced in three airports – Delhi, Bangalore and Varanasi – on December 1, 2022.
“At present, around 2,500 passengers use DigiYatra at Delhi Airport Terminal 3 every day.
“After the installation of the entire DigiYatra infrastructure at Terminals 3 and 2, approximately 40% of daily domestic travelers will be able to seamlessly enter the terminal, security screening area and boarding gates,” said DIAL. in a press release.
With the use of DigiYatra, DIAL said passengers will be able to save around 15 to 25 minutes of their time in the process from entry checks to security checks during peak hours, as they will have to spend a few seconds at each point. of contact.
According to the release, DigiYatra-enabled gateways are being installed at Terminal 1 and are expected to become operational from April 2023.
DigiYatra is a biometric boarding system using facial recognition technology to provide a seamless and hassle-free experience for passengers at airports.
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