Report: St Kitts Introduces New Airport Passenger Processing System

Caribbean360 is reporting that authorities in St. Kitts have introduced a passenger processing system aimed at reducing hassle and improving the visitor experience.

It would require passengers arriving at the Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport receiving a primary examination and if necessary, a secondary inspection after going through Immigration.

Tourism Minister Richard "Ricky" Skerritt said they want to make the process of entering the country as comfortable and as world-class as possible without compromising security and border-type requirements.

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