Traveller Identification Programme (TRIP)
TRIP2017 - Session 5: Advance Passenger Information
Border management must deal with the increased flow of passengers and ensure security by identifying each individual as soon as possible in the process.
Mr. David Philp, Acting Deputy Chief Executive, Service Delivery and Operations Branch, Department of Internal Affairs, New-Zealand
Mr. Ngouedor Orly, Document and Immigration Direction General, Gabon:
e-Visa and Advanced Passenger Information
Mrs. Celine Canu, Head Facilitation, International Air Transport Association (IATA)
Identity management to enhance aviation security
Mr. Rufus Ferdinand, Deputy Chief of Operations, Border Security, CARICOM IMPACS:
Region’s Advance Passenger Information Programme
Mr. Ali Talib Al-athbi, Civil Aviation Authority, Facilitation Unit:
Qatar Challenge in API Transmitting
Up Next in Thirteenth Traveller Identification Programme Symposium (TRIP 2017)
TRIP2017 - Session 6: Border Control:...
A key element in strengthening aviation security is to ensure that border inspection systems provide timely, secure and reliable links between travel documents, travellers and security information held in government databases. Expert will provide examples regarding these important element which a...
TRIP2017 - Session 7: Border control ...
Successful implementation of the ICAO TRIP Strategy is essential to helping Sates develop and maintain robust traveller identification management. This also enhances facilitation, which in turn supports wider economic development objectives. The rapid place and diversity of innovation is producin...
TRIP2017 Concluding Remarks
Concluding Remarks by:
Mr. Sylvain Lefoyer, Deputy Director, Air Transport Bureau, ICAO