TSA expands trusted traveller trial
The TSA’s trusted traveller trial is now being expanded to include Las Vegas McCarran, Los Angeles and Minneapolis-St Paul airports.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has announced that its trusted traveller programme aimed at expediting the airport security process will be extended to include Las Vegas McCarran, Los Angeles and Minneapolis-St Paul airports.
Frequent flyers who share personal information in advance of their journey can currently enjoy expedited security processing at Atlanta, Miami, Detroit and Dallas/Fort Worth airports.
Low-risk passengers who participate in the trial are able to make use of a dedicated security lane, which can enable them to complete the security process without removing liquids or laptops from their hand luggage.
The trial is currently open to passengers flying with Delta and American Airlines.
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