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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 54th airport at Buffalo Niagara International Airport (BUF).
Over 17 million members use CLEAR and those traveling through Buffalo will now be able to save time when departing and at eight of the top 10 destinations the airport serves on return. Buffalo International Airport (BUF) has over 5.2 million passengers transiting each year. Adding CLEAR will create 28 jobs and generate approximately $1.5 million annually for the local area.
Kim Minkel, Executive Director of the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority (NFTA), said:
We are thrilled to be the first airport in Upstate New York to offer this new service. Now, our travelers can maximize their time at the airport prior to their flight.”
CLEAR CEO, Caryn Seidman Becker, added:
CLEAR is thrilled to deliver an even more seamless travel experience to passengers Upstate, and it’s an honor to partner with NFTA and create more jobs for Buffalo while we’re at it. We are proud to grow our footprint in this wonderful state we call home.”
Anthony’s Take: I love having CLEAR and will continue to use it to save time while traveling. The service continues to roll out at airports across the US and is now virtually everywhere I travel.
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