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September 4, 2013

TSA Pre✓ Expanding to 60 Additional Airports, Totaling 100

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Written by: Jason Rabinowitz
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Love TSA Pre✓, but hate that a few airports you frequent aren’t a part of the program? Good news! The TSA on Wednesday announced that the number of airports participating in TSA Pre✓ is more than doubling by 60 to 100 total. Airports that already have TSA Pre✓ will also be seeing the expansion of the lanes and availability. This should all be complete by the end of the year.

TSA Pre✓ is an expedited screening program that allows pre-approved airline travelers to leave on their shoes, light outerwear and belt, keep their laptop in its case and their 3-1-1 compliant liquids/gels bag in a carry-on in select screening lanes. Originally included in the $100 Global Entry program, it is now offered as an $85 standalone option.

Upcoming TSA Pre✓ locations:

An asterisk denotes a current TSA Pre✓™ location.

Alabama:

Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport

Alaska:

Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport*

Arizona:

Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport*
Tucson International Airport

Arkansas:

Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport (Little Rock)

California:

Bob Hope Airport (Burbank)
Fresno Yosemite International Airport
John Wayne Airport (Orange County)*
Long Beach Airport
Los Angeles International Airport*
Oakland International Airport
Ontario International Airport
Sacramento International Airport
San Diego International Airport
San Francisco International Airport*
San Jose International Airport

Colorado:

Colorado Springs Airport
Denver International Airport*

Connecticut:

Bradley International Airport (Hartford)

Florida:

Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport*
Jacksonville International Airport
Miami International Airport*
Orlando International Airport*
Palm Beach International Airport (West Palm Beach)
Pensacola International Airport
Southwest Florida International Airport (Fort Myers)
Tampa International Airport*

Georgia:

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport*
Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport

Guam:

Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport (Hagåtña)

Hawaii:

Honolulu International Airport*
Kahului Airport
Kona International Airport
Lihue Airport

Idaho:

Boise Airport

Illinois:

Chicago Midway International Airport
Chicago O’Hare International Airport*

Indiana:

Indianapolis International Airport*

Iowa:

Des Moines International Airport

Kansas:

Wichita Mid-Continent Airport

Kentucky:

Louisville International Airport

Louisiana:

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport

Maine:

Portland International Jetport

Maryland:

Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport*

Massachusetts:

Boston Logan International Airport*

Michigan:

Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport*
Gerald R. Ford International Airport (Grand Rapids)

Minnesota:

Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport*

Missouri:

Kansas City International Airport
Lambert-St. Louis International Airport*

Nebraska:

Eppley Airfield (Omaha)

Nevada:

McCarran International Airport (Las Vegas)*
Reno-Tahoe International Airport

New Hampshire:

Manchester-Boston Regional Airport

New Jersey:

Newark Liberty International Airport*

New Mexico:

Albuquerque International Sunport

New York:

Albany International Airport
Buffalo Niagara International Airport
Greater Rochester International Airport
John F. Kennedy International Airport (New York City)*
LaGuardia Airport (New York City)*
Syracuse Hancock International Airport
Westchester County Airport

North Carolina:

Charlotte-Douglas International Airport*
Piedmont Triad International Airport (Greensboro)
Raleigh-Durham International Airport*

Ohio:

Akron-Canton Airport
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport*
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport*
Dayton International Airport
Port Columbus International Airport

Oklahoma:

Tulsa International Airport
Will Rogers World Airport (Oklahoma City)

Oregon:

Portland International Airport*

Pennsylvania:

Philadelphia International Airport*
Pittsburgh International Airport*

Puerto Rico:

Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (San Juan)*

Rhode Island:

T. F. Green Airport (Providence)

South Carolina:

Charleston International Airport
Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport
Myrtle Beach International Airport

Tennessee:

McGhee Tyson Airport (Knoxville)
Memphis International Airport*
Nashville International Airport*

Texas:

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport*
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport*
Dallas Love Field
El Paso International Airport
George Bush Intercontinental Airport (Houston)*
San Antonio International Airport
William P. Hobby Airport (Houston)

Utah:

Salt Lake City International Airport*

Virginia:

Norfolk International Airport
Richmond International Airport
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport*
Washington Dulles International Airport*

Washington:

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport*
Spokane International Airport

Wisconsin:

Dane County Regional Airport (Madison)
General Mitchell International Airport (Milwaukee)

Source: www.tsa.gov/press/releases/2013/09/04/tsa-precheck-expands-60-additional-airports



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