TALLINN - An automatic border control system was to be opened this week in Tallinn Airport, which should accelerate procedures for passengers traveling out of the Schengen area, reports Public Broadcasting. The airport’s terminal services department head Asko Kivinuk noted that plane travel has become more stressful in the 21st century due to constant new rules and security requirements.“The airport cannot change the rules, but if we want to be a cozy airport, fulfilling them has to be as fast and comfortable for the passenger as possible,” he said. “This is ...
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