On the whole, PreCheck appears to be both improving the passenger experience and making the global security situation safer.
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Frontier and Spirit are finally joining the TSA's precheck program, which is good news for travelers who don't want to wait in long security lines.
Why hasn't PreCheck caught on? The reasons are numerous, which makes us wonder if the TSA will ever meet its goals for the program.
Maybe the people in charge can stop pointing fingers and start finding solutions. The rest of us will be waiting.
Will this list make passengers waiting in long airport lines feel any better? It's doubtful, but maybe some new solutions will emerge.
Those who have paid for expedited security screening at airports will have to share the lanes for a good while longer. How much longer is anyone's guess.
The ambitious goal of 25 million travelers enrolled in the TSA's Precheck program may be hard to reach.
Now that TSA PreCheck is mostly being used by people who know how it works, everyone who has paid to use the program is probably happier.
Even fewer randoms may now be in the Precheck line under this legislation.