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Mumbai Airport to Install 2D Barcode Scanners for Passengers to Scan Their Tickets from 26 January

To ease the entry for Mumbai passengers to T1 and T2, the CSMIA (Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport) is starting off with 2D barcode scanners from 26th January.


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To ease the entry for Mumbai passengers to T1 and T2, the CSMIA (Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport) is starting off with 2D barcode scanners from 26th January. The scanners will be installed at both international and domestic airports. The authorities also shared a demonstration video on the CSMIA Twitter handle. For this, the passengers have to keep the digital or hard copy of the ticket for scanning. Increase the brightness of the device when showing the barcode. Also, verification of government ID will also take place.

After the video was posted by CSMAI, users asked about the introduction of DigiYatra at the Mumbai airport. DigiYatra enables BEST (Biometric Enabled Seamless Travel Experience) through facial recognition technology. CSMAI responded that the launch of DigiYatra is yet to happen and to stay tuned for details of the process and updates and that they look forward to serving you continuously. DigiYatra was rolled out on August 15 at Bangalore International Airport Ltd (BIAL) and Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL).

The Hyderabad International Airport also introduced the beta version of DigiYatra App for helping people with paperless travel and to get past multiple identity checks. The barcode stores information in a square-shaped grid made of a series of pixels. A QR code safeguards the data and includes phone numbers, website URLs, and up to 4,000 text characters. It was in the year 1994 that the first QR code system was invented by a Toyota subsidiary – Denso Wave, a Japanese company.

As for the 2D barcode scanner, people are confused, and the users had several questions in mind. One of them asked if they have to carry multiple boarding passes to show before check-in if flying internationally, or if they will require to check in the baggage twice. Another user said that there is no free seat option for web check-in. But at the counter, the free seat option is available for first-row window seats. A user also enquired if passengers who need wheelchairs and special assistance are allowed to do web check-in or not and if the ticket will suffice for them.

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