SFO becomes only the third airport to use CLEAR to speed pre-approved travelers through express security lanes. The challenge, like the last time around, is airport and user adoption before money (or patience) runs out.
CLEAR, which offers expedited access to airport security lines for $179/year, announced today it will launch its service at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) on May 23, just ahead of the Memorial Day weekend travel crush.
CLEAR lanes will be located at every terminal at SFO, allowing every passenger on any airline to use their biometrics to speed through security
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