E-Gates To Be Installed At Major Pakistani Airports
The Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority (PCCA) is set to introduce electronic gates (e-gates) at key airports across the country, including Karachi, Lahore, and Islamabad. This initiative aims to streamline immigration processes, aligning with the systems implemented in developed nations.
Initial reports indicate that the installation of e-gates has commenced at Jinnah International Airport in Karachi, Allama Iqbal Airport in Lahore, and Islamabad International Airport. Discussions with a United Arab Emirates company have taken place on behalf of PCAA to facilitate the implementation of this modern facility.
The introduction of e-gates is expected to revolutionize the immigration experience for passengers at major Pakistani airports. Similar to systems in developed countries, these electronic gates will enable travelers to bypass lengthy immigration queues, enhancing efficiency and convenience. It is essential for passengers to possess an e-passport to avail themselves of this modern facility.
This move reflects the commitment of the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority to leverage technology for improving air travel processes and ensuring a smoother experience for passengers. The adoption of electronic gates aligns with global trends in aviation technology, contributing to the modernization of airport infrastructure in Pakistan.