Travelers see biometrics as the most likely development to improve the travel experience, according to a recent survey from OAG, a provider of digital flight information. That technology ranked ahead of supersonic planes and artificially-intelligent booking and itinerary management systems. More than 75 percent of the 2,164 travelers surveyed would be willing to use biometrics such as fingerprints and facial recognition if they could instantly and easily: streamline customs and immigration procedures (85 percent), check in to a flight (84 percent), pass security without use of identification (84 percent) and board a plane without a boarding pass (75 percent). The survey also found that 60 percent of travelers said using AI to predict flight cancellations and delays on the day of travel would be valuable, while another 73 percent of travels are looking for AI to improve pricing predictions. To the question of whether they would pay more for a supersonic jet that could get to a destination twice as fast, 48 percent said they would pay up to 25 percent more.