Bengaluru: Kempegowda International Airport’s Terminal 2 (T2) has introduced cutting-edge CTX machines, revolutionizing the security screening process for cabin baggage.
Unlike traditional procedures, the CTX machines now allow passengers to keep electronic gadgets within their bags, eliminating the need to place them in separate trays during security checks. This innovative approach aims to streamline the security screening process while maintaining the highest standards of safety.
The implementation of CTX machines is currently exclusive to the Domestic terminals at T2, with an ongoing trial period to assess its effectiveness and user satisfaction. If the trial proves successful, there are expectations that this technological advancement will be adopted across the airport, leading to a substantial reduction in waiting times at security checkpoints.
Passengers can look forward to a more seamless and time-efficient travel experience, marking a significant milestone in Indian aviation. The potential widespread adoption of CTX machines at Kempegowda International Airport sets a promising trend for airports across the country, as they strive to enhance both security measures and passenger convenience in tandem.