Two Airports added to Mobile Passport Program

By Paul Riegler on 13 October 2019
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Washington Dulles International Airport

Washington Dulles International Airport

Airside Mobile, the makers of Mobile Passport, announced the addition of two airports to the program.

Mobile Passport works by supplying arriving international travelers with a QR code after having them fill out an app-based copy of an electronic customs declaration form via the app. It can be used at over 30 airports and seaports.

The new airports are Washington Dulles International and Juan Luis Muñoz Marin  International. Airside also announced the addition of the San Juan Cruise Port in Puerto Rico.

In April, the company added a paid version of the app with an automated passport scanner and encrypted storage of passport files  along side the free version of the app , which requires users to manually enter passport information and trip details upon arriving at the port of entry but won’t store passport information or feature the automatic document scanner.

The paid version of Mobile Passport Plus costs $14.99 per year.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

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