ORANJESTAD, ARUBA - U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is pleased to announce that, beginning August 2nd, 2022, they will begin piloting receiptless facial kiosks at Queen Beatrix International Airport (AUA Airport).
These upgraded facial kiosks eliminate paper receipts and leverage mobile Officer technology to provide a streamlined, expedited, and touchless experience for Global Entry members traveling internationally while ensuring national security and facilitating legitimate trade and travel.
“We are excited to be piloting receiptless facial kiosks at AUA Airport!
This innovative solution enhances our Global Entry program for both travelers and Officers by reducing physical touchpoints, expediting member processing, and providing security benefits!” said Jeff Schatz, Acting Port Director for CBP Preclearance Operations in Aruba.
Receipt less facial kiosks utilize facial comparison and mobile Officer technology to streamline the traveler experience by confirming traveler identity and making an admissibility decision without producing a receipt, thus enabling increasingly contactless processing and a reduced environmental footprint through the elimination of paper receipts.