US Indianapolis Airport to Re-Launch Registered Traveller System

12 May 2010 (Last Updated May 12th, 2010 18:30)

The Indianapolis Airport Authority (IAA) is to re-launch its iQueue Registered Traveller (RT) programme at Indianapolis International Airport in the US. iQueue has been launched by a consortium, including Cogent, ARINC, FLO Corporation and International RAM. It will ensure i

The Indianapolis Airport Authority (IAA) is to re-launch its iQueue Registered Traveller (RT) programme at Indianapolis International Airport in the US.

iQueue has been launched by a consortium, including Cogent, ARINC, FLO Corporation and International RAM.

It will ensure its members get expedited access to the screening checkpoint and will enable greater predictability in travel schedules.

The programme has already begun pre-enrolment for passengers and will begin operations at the facility soon.

An iQueue member has to complete an online application and proceed to an in-person enrolment at the airport to provide biometric data and approved documents.

Once the process is complete, the traveller's biometric information will be stored on their iQueue Card.

The member will then have to present their card for verification at the iQueue lanes at the airport to receive expedited access to the screening checkpoint.

Indianapolis will be the first airport to re-launch RT services for passengers since the programme shut down last June.

In the future iQueue has plans to provide convenient, local enrolment for its members, by using Cogent's biometric enrolment sites across the US.