Articles tagged “precheck”

Airlines

President-Elect Trump Picks a Retired Marine to Manage U.S. Borders and the TSA

Prospective nominee Major Gen. John Kelly as Department of Homeland Security secretary certainly has experience in border protection and could play a key role if President-Elect Trump cracks down on immigration, illegal and legal. Kelly's views on airport security and the TSA have yet to be articulated but privatization efforts would not be surprising.

President-Elect Trump Picks a Retired Marine to Manage U.S. Borders and the TSA

Airlines

TSA Precheck Expands to Lufthansa Passengers Headed to Europe

TSA Precheck subscribers can now access expedited lines when flying on Lufthansa.

TSA Precheck Expands to Lufthansa Passengers Headed to Europe

Hotels

Carlson Rezidor Loyalty Program Members Can Soon Trade Points for TSA PreCheck

Airline loyalty programs have offered TSA PreCheck as a perk, but this marks the first time a hotel company has done so. Here's hoping the PreCheck program, embattled by TSA budget cuts, will improve enough to become a real, tangible perk for travelers.

Carlson Rezidor Loyalty Program Members Can Soon Trade Points for TSA PreCheck

Airlines

Would Lowering the $85 PreCheck Price Get More People to Sign Up?

We suspect the requirement to enroll in person — possibly after a wait of weeks — may be a greater barrier to entry than the $85 fee.

Would Lowering the $85 PreCheck Price Get More People to Sign Up?

Airlines

TSA PreCheck Shortfalls Will Lead To Huge Security Lines This Summer

If you are a PreCheck user and think the PreCheck lanes are overly crowded then it might be shocking to find out that the TSA thinks too few flyers enrolled. The TSA has failed to balance security concerns, PreCheck usage and lanes for the non-elite, and this will lead to big passenger tie-ups this summer.

TSA PreCheck Shortfalls Will Lead To Huge Security Lines This Summer

Airlines

TSA Ends Precheck Free Rides With Shut Down of Managed Inclusion Program

The days of confused passengers in the Precheck line are finally coming to a close.

TSA Ends Precheck Free Rides With Shut Down of Managed Inclusion Program

Airlines

5 Things That the TSA Can Improve With New Leadership

The TSA had been on the upswing until a lack of leadership brought it back down. Let's hope the new guy thinks big and acts bigger.

5 Things That the TSA Can Improve With New Leadership

Airlines

The State of Airport Security in a TSA PreCheck-Packed World

Is the knee-jerk TSA hate coming to an end? If so, the battle is being won one airport security check at a time.

The State of Airport Security in a TSA PreCheck-Packed World

Airlines

TSA Expands Expedited PreCheck Screening to International Airlines

PreCheck is quickly expanding throughout the U.S., but the TSA needs to ensure that its dedicated screening lines are full in order to justify their existence. Rolling the program out to pre-screened approved flyers is better than randomly selected passengers from normal security lines.

TSA Expands Expedited PreCheck Screening to International Airlines

Airlines

Poll Shows Majority of Americans Believe TSA PreCheck Hurts Security

Should there be stiffer requirements to get into the TSA PreCheck program as it expands, and the results of the Harris Poll suggest? It's not a bad idea, resources-permitting.

Poll Shows Majority of Americans Believe TSA PreCheck Hurts Security