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Gives back the time

you have taken to say goodbye.


What is EasyPASS?

The border control system at a glance

Quick, easy and modern: with EasyPASS you can make your border control experience easier at the airport by conveniently doing it yourself. Just scan your electronic travel document (ePassport), glance at the camera – and you’re through border control.

What is EasyPASS?


The au­to­mat­ed bor­der con­trol sys­tem Easy­PASS is avail­able in Frank­furt am Main, Mu­nich, Cologne/Bonn, Dus­sel­dorf, Berlin-Schöne­feld, Berlin-Tegel and Ham­burg. These lo­ca­tions are cur­rent­ly fit­ted with 190 bor­der con­trol lanes (eGates). Trav­ellers cross­ing the ex­ter­nal bor­ders of the Schen­gen area can en­joy the ben­e­fits of the eGates in the ar­rival or de­par­ture ar­eas of the six air­ports.

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Map of Germany (refer to: Where do I find EasyPASS?)

Any­one who trav­els fre­quent­ly is es­pe­cial­ly in­ter­est­ed in sav­ing time. There­fore the "Reg­is­tered Trav­eller Pro­gram" (RTP) al­lows fre­quent trav­ellers hold­ing an ePass­port who are non-EU cit­i­zens to ac­cess re­duced pass­port con­trols at the Schen­gen ex­ter­nal bor­ders. Par­tic­i­pants can eas­i­ly reg­is­ter at the En­rol­ment Cen­ter and can then use eGates just as trav­ellers from the EU, the Eu­ro­pean Eco­nom­ic Area and Switzer­land can.

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eGates am Flughafen Frankfurt/Main - Einreise Terminal 2, Ebene 2 (refer to: EasyPASS-RTP)
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