The majority of travelers want faster deployment of biometric technology to expedite airport check-in, boarding, and security, according to a new survey by flight information provider OAG. The company surveyed 2,164 U.S. travelers to uncover which future innovations will resonate most with travelers for the new report, Travel Tech Innovation: Market Report – Evaluating Travelers' Appetite for Adoption.According to the report, 61 percent of travelers crave wider, faster deployment of biometrics technologies to expedite check-in, boarding and security. In fact, when OAG asked respondents to identify which future development and innovations would improve the travel experience the most, travelers ranked biometrics ahead of many other current and future innovations, from supersonic planes and artificially-intelligent booking and itinerary management systems to blockchain. In fact, more than 75 percent of travelers would be willing to use biometrics – such as fingerprints and facial recognition – if they could instantly and easily:Streamline customs and immigrations (85 percent)Check-in for their flights (84 percent)Get through security without the use of other identification (84 percent)Pull up their itinerary (79 percent)Board a plane without a boarding pass (75 percent)”Now, maybe even more than ever, the travel industry is closely examining the intersection of travel and technology, with a focus on making the travel experience faster, easier and more enjoyable,” said Mike Benjamin, CTO, OAG, in a written statement. “While new innovations and possibilities are being introduced regularly, everything always comes back to the traveler experience.”