The Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) has launched a new service that will help travellers navigate the Canadian airports’ security zones by using mobile phones.
The new mobile app is called Mobile Passport, and it’s available now for Android and iOS devices.
The app allows travellers to download a secure mobile application that allows them to quickly check in and out of Canada’s airports and to check-in and check-out at designated security areas.
It will be available in the coming weeks, CSIS said.
The mobile app allows users to check in to and out from Canada’s Canada West Airport (CCW) from anywhere in Canada.
The service also allows travellers, regardless of their nationality, to take a photo with a passport.
For example, a Canadian who has a Canadian passport will be able to take their passport to Canada West for a photo-op, while someone from a non-Canadian country will be asked to provide a Canadian ID number and photo.
The CSIS website also allows passengers to log into their passport, showing their current location and other information.
The website will also allow travellers to update their passport information if they change their travel plans.
If a traveller decides to leave the country for a longer period of time, they will have to complete a short form to update the status of their passport and provide a photo.
For travellers from outside of Canada, the CSIS site also allows them, through a form, to update or cancel their passport.
Once a traveller has completed the form, the application will download to their phone.
The passport will then be scanned and their phone will download the secure app.
Once the app has downloaded to their smartphone, they can check in using the application.
Once they’ve checked in, the mobile app will ask them to verify their identity.
Once they’re confirmed, they’ll be able enter their passport into the app.
The application will then allow them to use the app to check out.
After they’ve made their check-ins, they are redirected to a security zone, where they can use their mobile device to enter and exit the airport.
If the traveller chooses to check their passport at an approved security area, they’re given the option to choose whether to enter the airport through the airport’s gates, or to enter through a security area at a designated gate.
If they choose to enter a security perimeter, they have the option of using a secure door.
Once inside the airport, they must use a secure area to check the baggage claim area, or their bag is searched.
If they don’t have a bag or the security area is not accessible, they may be asked by the security guard to open the gate or to move their bag to another area of the airport or to the passenger terminal.
Once at the security perimeter they must remain at the gate until they are allowed to leave.
Once outside, they should follow security procedures to enter security zones.
Once in the security zone they will be directed to the security terminal, where the airport security personnel will ask for identification, such as a Canadian driver’s licence.
If the traveller is travelling on a Canadian passports, they would then be directed through a secure terminal to an automated gate to board a flight.
If travellers have a Canadian Driver’s Licence, they could use the secure terminal at the Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) to board an international flight.
When entering the airport from outside the country, travellers will be issued a travel document that will allow them entry into Canada’s international airport security zones, but they’ll also have to prove their identity to the border guards.
The traveller is then directed to an attendant to complete an identity verification form, which the traveller can complete to confirm their identity, and they’ll then receive a boarding pass that allows the traveller to board the flight.
The passport can then be returned to the traveller or the traveller’s travel companion, who will then receive the passport at the airport for a return trip.