CLEAR Adds Its 53rd Airport With Tulsa International Airport Getting Lanes

by Anthony Losanno
CLEAR People

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CLEAR has saved me tons of time through the years. Having CLEAR ensures that I will get through security quickly and I don’t even need to take out my ID. The company continues to pop up in more airports and it has just launched in its 53rd airport at Tulsa International Airport (TUL).


Over 16 million members use CLEAR and those traveling through Tulsa will now be able to use it when departing and at nine of the top 10 destinations the airport serves on return. Tulsa International Airport (TUL) serves over three million passengers annually.

CLEAR CEO, Caryn Seidman-Becker, commented:

CLEAR is on the side of the American traveler, and our lanes help make the journey as joyful as the destination. We’re excited to bring Tulsa’s travelers the predictable, seamless, and safe airport experience they deserve.”

I recently voiced concerns over changes coming to the service mandated by TSA where every passenger will need to show ID after using a kiosk. CLEAR says that this will be handled with a digital transmission of the ID. This will be great if it rolls out seamlessly.

Anthony’s Take: CLEAR has saved me hours of time and I’m hoping that upcoming changes don’t impact that. It’s great to see more airports adopting the service and I’ll be a member as long as it stays convenient and continues to speed up the security process.

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