Biometrics and covid passport, the future of air travel to get out of the pandemic

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“In the same way as security after the attacks of September 11, 2001, health becomes an absolute priority”, affirms Sergio Colella, president for Europe of the International Company of Aeronautical Telecommunications (SITA) based in Geneva. Present in more than 1,000 airports and 200 countries, SITA published on Wednesday its annual report on information technologies in air transport.

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