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Barriers: 'fast' border clearance

, : Barriers: 'fast' border clearance. Viewpoint World Travel and Tourism Council 1(1): 56-59

The Immigration and Naturalization Service Passenger Accelerated Service System (INSPASS) is examined. It is the US version of the Future Automated Screening for Travellers (FAST) programme and is being tested at two New York City airports.

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