Delta Air Lines is bringing facial recognition technology to domestic flights.
Last week, the airline announced that it is launching its digital ID technology for domestic flights out of Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport. Delta previously debuted the technology in 2018 for international flights.
The service — which is provided in partnership with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) — is only available for TSA PreCheck members who have a passport number, according to the announcement. It is also voluntary, so passengers can opt out of the service.
Passengers who choose to use the service won’t have to show their physical