Airport to Get New Baggage Inspection System, Search Points

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Interior Minister Raya al-Hassan announced Wednesday that the Internal Security Forces will introduce a new system for “inspecting travelers' baggage in a faster and more secure way” at the Rafik Hariri International Airport.

The system will be installed after the end of the expansion works.

“New search points will be added to accommodate a larger number of travelers and facilitate their flow,” al-Hassan added.

“As for General Security, the expansion works will allow increasing the checkpoints from 22 to 34 for departures and from 32 to 46 for arrivals, which will decrease congestion in a significant way. The use of advanced passport checking systems will boost the effectiveness and speed of inspection, which will save travelers' time,” the minister went on to say.

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Thumb s.o.s 22 May 2019, 16:14

It appears Lebanon does have money after all. As usual, the checkpoints are to control us, not the Shia terrorists who smuggle everything to absolute impunity and tax free of course.

Thumb whyaskwhy 22 May 2019, 23:37

Correct control the peaceful citizen and treat him like dirt too, meanwhile let the Ali and Husseins through lol.

Thumb whyaskwhy 22 May 2019, 18:24

Passport Control? you mean they would get rid of the second and redundant Mukhabarat/customs like that you have to stand in line for after you have cleared passport control??? Syria is still in Lebanon if not in name in spirit.