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CLEAR biometric technology deployed at Boston Logan International Airport

CLEAR biometric technology deployed at Boston Logan International Airport
 

CLEAR members traveling through Terminal A at Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) are now able to use the biometric identity membership platform to verify their identity and get through the security checkpoint quickly. BOS is the 29th airport and 47th location in CLEAR’s nationwide network.

“Everyone at CLEAR is excited to launch here at Logan because it’s an important and frequent destination for so many of our members,” explains Gina Bruzzichesi, CLEAR’s EVP of Operations. “We’re especially proud about bringing new jobs here to Boston and are looking forward to working with Massport and our local TSA partners to make traveling to and from New England safer, easier and even more enjoyable.”

The biometric identity platform is available in a number of airports and sports stadiums across the United States and in select cities can be used to buy food and drinks and prove legal age for alcohol purchases. There are more than three million CLEAR members in the United States.

In January CLEAR announced a new round of financing which will be used to accelerate the continued expansion of CLEAR’s platform and its airport and stadium network into new verticals. The company was recently named to the CNBC Disruptor 50 list for its work in biometric payments, age validation, and changing travel experiences.

CLEAR is certified as Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technology by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

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