Avinor, which operates 44 state-owned airports in Norway, is rolling out an end-to-end touchless program for many of the facilities to deal with the pandemic and help restore traveler confidence. The program, using new technology from Amadeus and ICM (an Amadeus company), will allow passengers to check in, drop their bags, pass through security and board aircraft without interpersonal contact or the need to touch machines. Passengers will check in remotely and receive a boarding pass barcode on their mobile phones, which also acts as a coupon to print the passengers’ bag tag. On arrival at the airport, the passenger presents the barcode to a self-serve kiosk and the baggage tag is automatically printed. The passenger attaches the tag and deposits the bag into the baggage system with no support from agents required. The new touchless experience will be available initially at Norway’s four hub airports, beginning with the introduction at Oslo.