‘Mobile Passport Control’ Makes its Way to Baltimore–Washington Airport

Travelers hoping to fly through BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport can now utilize a cellular phone application to submit travel passport and traditions data to eliminate time spent at the air terminal.

The airplane terminal, alongside U.S. Traditions and Border Protection, declared Friday that the utilization of the Mobile Passport Control application will be acknowledged at BWI.

Accessible on Android and iOS gadgets, the application “as of now offers U.S. natives and Canadian guests a more secure and effective in the individual investigation between the (Customs and Border Patrol) officer and the voyager upon landing in the United States,” the organization wrote in an announcement.

“Qualified voyagers present their international ID data and traditions announcement structure to (Customs and Border Patrol) by means of a cell phone or tablet application before landing,” the announcement proceeded.

The individuals who utilize the application won’t need to present a paper traditions statement structure upon landing in the airplane terminal, eliminating the time spent at the air terminal before the flight.

“Versatile Passport Control will help a significant number of our global voyagers speed through the landings procedure,” said Ricky Smith, BWI’s CEO.

As per U.S. Traditions and Border Protection, BWI is the eighteenth air terminal to acknowledge the application since it dispatched as an experimental run program at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in August 2014.