Happy Flow self-service solution expanded at Queen Beatrix International

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Aruba Airport Authority (AAA), manager and operator of Queen Beatrix International Airport in Aruba, has expanded its self-service passenger offering by introducing new automated border control (ABC) gates alongside its existing biometric Happy Flow boarding system.

The new eGates, provided by automated identity solutions provider Vision-Box, have been installed at both arrivals and departures, as well as in a dedicated USA departures area. The eGates complement the existing Happy Flow self-service solution also from Vision-Box, which provides passengers with a complete self-service experience, from check-in to boarding.

Jean-François Lennon, vice-president for global business development and sales at Vision-Box, said, “Aruba is riding the crest of the wave of passenger experience. Having given stage to the first ever 100% self-service passenger journey, Queen Beatrix International Airport is having the privilege to feel what Aruba Happy Flow is about: happy, returning passengers. Adding the recent expansion of eGates is just a natural step toward increased efficiency, safety and a welcoming passenger-friendly airport.”

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