Toronto AirportNew NEXUS Machines, New Rules
I’m a big proponent of NEXUS for frequent travelers to Canada, and so I was excited to see on Friday that they’ve rolled out new NEXUS machines at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport—as part of a larger, more complete rollout that’s currently underway. The machines bring a lot of improvements to the experience, including a quicker eye-scanning process, but they also require you to scan your physical NEXUS card, which is new. If you’re a member, be sure to have your card ready—and check out how the new machines work here.

Here’s more on what I found in Toronto last Friday.



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2 Comments On "Travel Tip of the Day: New NEXUS Machines, New Rules"
  1. Candy|

    What is the eye scan? Is it an x-ray? Could it harm one’s eyes down the road (from repeated use?)

    1. Johnny Jet|

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