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TSA Opens Pre-Check Enrollment Center at Salt Lake City Airport

Mar 05, 2014 10:30 am

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The proliferation of Pre-Check enrollment centers is good for flyers who can more quickly access the expedited screening process, but it’s a bad sign for the country’s air travel infrastructure that is complicating, instead of simplifying and improving, safety procedures.

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Utah travelers will soon be able to qualify for expedited security screenings at the Salt Lake City airport.

The Transportation Security Administration announced Tuesday a new enrollment center for the agency’s Pre-Check program at Salt Lake City International Airport’s Terminal 1.

Approved travelers can keep shoes, outwear and belts on, keep laptops in their cases and carry-on approved liquids and gels in bags.

U.S. citizens or permanent residents can apply with the agency to become qualified pre-screened travelers.

Applicants must visit the enrollment center in person to verify their identity, confirm their citizenship and provide fingerprints.

Registering with the program costs $85.

In Utah, participating airlines include Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines and US Airways.

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