TSA To Start Limiting Pre-Check Eligibility

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    Two of the greatest travel innovations of the past few years have been Global Entry and TSA Pre-Check. Global Entry has taken the frustration out of the immigration process, while TSA Pre-Check has taken the frustration out of the security process. Well, at least for the most part. When TSA Pre-Check first started it was the greatest thing since sliced bread. Very few people had registered for the program at the time, so not only were the travelers using the lane actually frequent travelers that knew "the drill," but the lines were almost non-existent. Then over time the experience was diluted substantially. Passengers that didn't sign-up started randomly getting TSA Pre-Check. This didn't just slow down the line because there were considerably more people using the checkpoints, but also because they didn't know how to use them. So they'd still take everything out of their bags, set off the x-rays, etc. In many cases Pre-Check took longer than the "normal" security line. The post TSA To Start Limiting Pre-Check Eligibility appeared first on One Mile at a Time. Related StoriesTSA Prohibiting Powerless Electronic Devices On Flights

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