CLEAR Launches at Pittsburgh International Airport

by Anthony Losanno
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I’ve written a lot about CLEAR and find that it’s a good membership to have in your travel toolkit. The service continues to expand with new airports added almost monthly. The latest is Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) and the 10 million passengers the airport serves annually will be happy to see the new lanes.

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. Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) is the 56th airport to offer this service. CLEAR already serves nine of the airport’s top 10 domestic destinations. This allows members the ability to use CLEAR on both ends of their journey. CLEAR’s launch is expected to create 28 jobs and generate approximately $1.8 million annually for the local area.

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CLEAR CEO, Caryn Seidman Becker, said:

CLEAR is so excited for the opportunity to help Pittsburgh travelers feel unstoppable along their journey – especially in time for the holidays. We share PIT’s commitment to delivering the best customer experience and thank the PIT team for bringing CLEAR to the Commonwealth.”

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.

(Image Credits: CLEAR.)

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