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SkyTrustID looks to revolutionise passenger pre-screening
SkyTrustID recognises the gap in charter security and has taken it upon itself to bridge it. It uses facial recognition and meticulous document verification to confirm the identity of every passenger.

SkyTrustID has launched a solution designed to enhance passenger pre-screening and verification processes for corporate business jets.

The existing identification verification process has been a critical concern; federal regulations mandate that pilots verify the identity of passengers prior to boarding, but pilots often lack the training and tools needed to confirm the authenticity of passenger IDs.

In contrast to the commercial airline industry, where identification is rigorously verified multiple times, corporate aviation has lacked a standardised and reliable process for pre-screening passengers. SkyTrustID's solution will not only enhance security but also streamline the boarding process, reducing delays.

Tim Griffin, founder, and CEO, says: "We are thrilled to introduce SkyTrustID as a game-changer in corporate aviation security. Our mission is to provide a robust and efficient solution for passenger pre-screening and identification verification, ensuring that corporate business jet travellers experience the highest levels of security and convenience. We look forward to making corporate aviation safer and more reliable for everyone."

The company is actively exploring partnerships and collaborations within the industry to further enhance security and efficiency of business jet travel.

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