September 3. Santo Domingo.- Airports Manager, Aerodrome, reported improved utilization passengers of the electronic entry and exit ticket of the Dominican Republic or E-entry.
“In, at least, four terminals utilization of E-ticket was at about 15,000 passengers on the first day of mandatory filling, but it also caused nearly 100 passengers to miss their flights.”
On September 1, the first day of general use of the system that replaces paper forms, the mandatory filling of the digital format generated anger and stress for many travelers.
“Preliminarily, about 100 passengers, or 0.6%, had to leave on a later flight as they did not have the full E-Entry form at the time of check-in at the airport,” said Aerodom’a spokesman Luis José López. .
Source: Dominican Today