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The EasyPass system at Frankfurt Airport custom (Germany)

The EasyPass procedure uses the passport holder's personal and biometric data stored on the electronic chip integrated in the passport to facilitate and expedite border controls at Frankfurt (Germany) Airport custom.Travellers from the European Union, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Switzerland with a valid electronic passport can use this system to accelerate border crossing. The system allows passengers faster and more convenient border crossing while ensuring maximum security.The data are automatically deleted once border control is completed.

 The EasyPASS system at Frankfurt am Main (Germany) Airport custom The scoreboard of flights departures of the airport
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 The EasyPASS system at Frankfurt am Main (Germany) Airport custom The information panel for holders of "ePass" or biometric...
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 The EasyPASS system at Frankfurt am Main (Germany) Airport custom The electronic Passport is scanned at the Terminal 1
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 The EasyPASS system at Frankfurt am Main (Germany) Airport custom The passport is scanned and checked for authentication
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 The EasyPASS system at Frankfurt am Main (Germany) Airport custom The passport is scanned and checked for authentication
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 The EasyPASS system at Frankfurt am Main (Germany) Airport custom If the biometric data matches and the passenger is not on a...
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 The EasyPASS system at Frankfurt am Main (Germany) Airport custom Users of EasyPass must be at least 18 years old
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 The EasyPASS system at Frankfurt am Main (Germany) Airport custom Users of EasyPass must be at least 18 years old
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Date: 24/09/2012

 The EasyPASS system at Frankfurt am Main (Germany) Airport custom The passport is scanned and checked for authentication
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Date: 24/09/2012

 The EasyPASS system at Frankfurt am Main (Germany) Airport custom The information panel for holders of "ePass" or biometric...
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Date: 24/09/2012




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