The Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport and the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency have installed kiosks that allow passengers to scan their passports and answer a few questions on the screen before heading through customs.
Régis Drouin from Quebec City said he's relieved to be able to have a tool to get through customs faster.
“Sometimes when you end up in a waiting line and you're looking at your watch, it's like 'wow, we're going to miss that connection.’ But I guess with this, depending on the number of stations they put it, it's probably going to be of great help,” said Drouin.
The airport has installed a dozen kiosks, at a cost of $1 million.
Trudeau is the third airport in the world to install the automated passport control.
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