The FIA relaxes airport regulations for travellers.

The immigration wing’s recent action, according to an FIA representative, was primarily taken to ensure that travellers received the best possible service and to prevent lengthy lines.

The FEA’s efforts to combat human trafficking, he continued, will be unaffected by the recent action.

The CAA previously made the decision to establish “e-gates” for immigration, just like in industrialised nations, at the airports in Islamabad, Karachi, and Lahore.

Allama Iqbal Airport in Lahore, Islamabad International Airport, and Jinnah International Airport in Karachi have begun installing “e-gates” to give travellers expedited immigration processing, according to airport sources.

Travellers will have less trouble thanks to the installation of E-gates, since they may acquire their boarding cards by scanning their ticket and passport through the E-gate, saving them from having to stand in queue to get boarding passes.

E-gate employs the biometric chip data stored in the passport, according to sources within the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).

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