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Passengers arriving at LF Wade International Airport will be able to use a “nothing to declare” aisle, after April 1.

Premier Paula Cox announced the change in her Budget statement yesterday.

She said: “In conjunction with the Ministry of Transport’s Department of Airport Operations, the arrivals area at LF Wade International Airport will, commencing in this fiscal year, feature a ‘red/green’ channel system, whereby arriving passengers will have the option of using a ‘nothing to declare’ line.”

The Finance Minister said this would hasten their passage through the airport and emphasise the obligation to properly declare goods.

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Published February 25, 2012 at 7:26 am (Updated February 25, 2012 at 7:26 am)

Nothing to declare

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