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Articles tagged “precheck”

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TSA PreCheck Now Available to All Flyers After $85 Background Check

The shift in TSA's security efforts is expected to decrease criticism of the government organization with a quarter of all travelers speeding through security by the end of 2013.

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TSA expands its pre-check screening to international travel, too

The benefits are likely to be found for passengers arriving in the U.S. from abroad and making a connecting flight to another U.S. airport.

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Behind the TSA’s possible plans to use your credit card data at airport security

The TSA should be praised for seeking ways to qualify more people for expedited screening. But, is handing over the grunt work to commercial companies accessing your personal information the best alternative?

Behind the TSA’s possible plans to use your credit card data at airport security

Airlines

TSA explores using commercial data to expand PreCheck program

Using credit checks or other commercial data as a security barometer? TSA may be stepping into a minefield with this one.

TSA explores using commercial data to expand PreCheck program

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TSA testing faster security checks for infrequent fliers who don’t qualify for PreCheck

This expansion sounds like common sense, but has the potential to become controversial due to "reverse profiling" of passengers asked to come through expedited lines while others toil away in regular lines.

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JetBlue expects to join TSA PreCheck in late 2013

JetBlue believes the TSA's invitations to PreCheck favored the legacy carrier, and now JetBlue is making plans to get on board.

JetBlue expects to join TSA PreCheck in late 2013

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TSA expands PreCheck to 35 airports for elite frequent flyers from 5 airlines

Airports shouldn't be country clubs and likewise the PreCheck program needs to be expanded soon beyond the ranks of elite frequent flyers.

TSA expands PreCheck to 35 airports for elite frequent flyers from 5 airlines