RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The air bridge between Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo will be the first in the country to have 100% digital boarding. Passengers will be able to access the aircraft using biometric data, eliminating the need to present identification documents.
The technology is scheduled to go into operation this year at Congonhas Airport in São Paulo and Santos Dumont Airport in Rio de Janeiro.
The innovation is part of the Digital Safe Boarding project developed by the Ministry of Infrastructure in collaboration with the Special Secretariat for De-bureaucratization, Management, and Digital Administration of . . .