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Delta now lets you use your fingerprints as your boarding pass

The airline has rolled out its biometric boarding pass program at Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA). To be eligible to use just your digits to board, you must be enrolled in Delta’s SkyMiles program and also be a member of a biometric airport security program that costs $179 a year. In a press release Delta … Continue reading “Delta now lets you use your fingerprints as your boarding pass”

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The airline has rolled out its biometric boarding pass program at Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA). To be eligible to use just your digits to board, you must be enrolled in Delta’s SkyMiles program and also be a member of a biometric airport security program that costs $179 a year. In a press release Delta says that it’s also currently working on expanding its biometric processes to DCA ticket counter workstations for bag drops.

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