Over a space of three months, the mega airport has handled 100,000 flights, domestic and international combined.
The system permits quick passport control at the airport in an easy and convenient self-service process. Travelers will undergo biometric verification using face recognition and fingerprints during this system.
There are currently 30 automated passport control counters at the new airport.
İGA also announced on June 27 that Istanbul Airport was one of the 10 airports nominated as candidates in the “Airport of the Year” category of “Readers’ Choice 2019” awards organized by the International Airport Review.
With a full capacity of 200 million passengers annually after the completion of all four phases with six runways by 2028, Istanbul Airport is set to become a global aviation hub hosting more than 100 airlines and flights to over 300 destinations around the world.
Hurriyet Daily News