A new centralised security checkpoint area has opened in Terminal 2 (T2) at Václav Havel Airport in Prague. All passengers flying to Schengen Area countries will pass the new checkpoint, which is the largest development project to be implemented at T2 since it opened in 2006.
Prague Airport invested CZK200 million (USD9.2 million) in the new security checkpoint and related buildings, including new technologies and structural modifications.
The checkpoint at T2 has a total of eight fully automated and six manual x-ray lines. The lines are also fitted with an automatic conveyor system that makes it possible to separate luggage that requires additional security screening.
In addition, the central search area includes dispensers for shoe covers, storage and collection counters, and a light-based navigation system.
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