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The German government launched a pilot program for travelers departing Germany at Munich International Airport.
Additional Information: The Express Queue pilot program will be available for a 60-day period from Oct. 25. More information regarding the pilot program is available here.
BAL Analysis: German authorities introduced the pilot program to help reduce wait times at security checkpoints and passport control for those traveling to non-Schengen Area countries. After the 60-day trial period, authorities will evaluate the effectiveness of the program and may expand it to other travelers and at different locations.
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