Air Unlimited streamlines customs for returning passengers at Orlando Sanford International Airport.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 27, 2019-Air Unlimited streamlines customs for returning passengers at Orlando Sanford International Airport
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Boutique airline Air Unlimited, has announced it is enhancing the customs process for returning passengers on daily scheduled flights from Orlando Sanford International Airport to the Abaco Islands of the Bahamas, the company said.
Guests flying with Air Unlimited will continue to depart from the airline's private hangar, which is offset from the main terminal to offer a more exclusive and luxury experience. Guests can valet their cars for free, experience a smooth check-in and relax in a comfortable waiting lounge. However, flights returning to Sanford will now utilize customs at the main terminal to streamline and expedite security checks, providing guests with a hassle-free experience at the end of a vacation. Using the main terminal for customs allows baggage to quickly pass through X-ray scanners, instead of relying on hand-checked security. It also allows guests to use Global Entry for faster clearance.
Available through Air Unlimited and the Orlando Sanford International Airport, a new Global Entry process helps travelers receive this earned security status upon arrival. Air Unlimited passengers interested in applying for Global Entry can simply apply online and schedule their screening interview to take place after their next trip, conveniently meeting enrollment officers in customs upon their return. This avoids the need to schedule an appointment outside of planned travel. Applicants that receive Global Entry will take this accreditation with them for future travel with any air carrier.
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