The TSA has made a great decision to expand PreCheck, the program that expedites airport security for pre-screened and paying customers. It signals a sophisticated, risk-based approach to security that will save everyone involved time and money.
Relief is in sight, ye weary travelers setting off to farflung parts of this sphere we call Earth: Screening lines at airports are about to get a lot speedier for travelers flying on international airlines now that the Transportation Security Administration has expanded its PreCheck program.
If you could get an upgrade from economy to business, you'd do that, right? Well, getting TSA PreCheck is basically the pre-flight upgrade equivalent, and it's something that every American citizen who flies often should consider getting. Here's everything you need to know about TSA PreCheck.
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It’s been two years since the Transportation Security Administration declared that the PreCheck airport security fast lanes — no removing shoes, no taking your laptop out of your bag — is only for paying customers. Now Alaska Airlines is letting its frequent fliers use their airline miles to pay the PreCheck membership fee.
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The program lets travelers who obtain Transportation Security Administration clearance avoid what have become the most annoying steps of post-9/11 screening: removing shoes, belt and coats.A program that lets preapproved air travelers zip through faster security lines will be expanded this year to 35 of the nation's largest airports, Transportation Security Administration officials announced Wednesday.