Tag Archives: Dulles

Dulles Launches Facial Recognition Boarding [VIDEO]

Next Gov reports: Some international travelers can leave their boarding passes and passports in their pockets when flying out of Dulles International Airport thanks to a new facial recognition boarding technology that went into operation Thursday. The new veriScan system developed by the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority—with guidance from U.S. Customs and Border Protection—scans the faces of travelers approaching the …

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WASHINGTON: Continental Staffers Honored At Dulles AIDS Quilt Display

The travel blog Jaunted was moved to tears. Ever just started crying in an airport? Until this week, we’d have answered “no”—and even this week, it wasn’t anything to do with our flight. No, it was the sheer power of the blocks of the AIDS Memorial Quilt currently on display at Washington Dulles, and in particular this block, “Sewn with …

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Photo Of The Day – DC Hangar Collapse

JMG reader David sends us this image of the interior of a Dulles private jet hangar after the snow-related collapse of the roof over the weekend. David estimates the value of each jet at “not less than $30M.”

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