Eight New Airlines Are Joining TSA PreCheck®

by Anthony Losanno
TSA PreCheck

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TSA PreCheck has been one of the greatest additions to my travel routine and it has saved me hundreds of hours through the years. While all of the airlines that I regularly fly are participating in the program, it’s great to see that new airlines pop up frequently. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced today that eight airlines are joining this time-saving program.

The new airlines include:

  • Air Premia
  • Air Tahiti Nui
  • Air Transat
  • Bahamasair
  • BermudAir
  • Iberia
  • La Compagnie
  • New Pacific Airlines

BermudAir Plane

Some of these carriers you might have never heard of and others are surprising that they have not been part of the program (like Iberia). BermudAir is one carrier that I want to try and this will make the experience that much easier. About 99% of TSA PreCheck® passengers wait less than 10 minutes when going through airport security.

Anthony’s Take: It’s great that more and more airlines continue to join TSA PreCheck®. There are now over 90 airlines participating and saving passengers tons of time.

(Image Credits: TSA and BermudAir.)

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Charlie March 28, 2024 - 4:24 pm

This is good news but I’m disappointed to see LOT Polish still hasn’t joined.

Peter March 29, 2024 - 7:44 pm

Missing in action is Aer Lingus; yet they want to expand their USA presence. What gives?

Joe March 30, 2024 - 5:18 pm

After 6pm at more and more airports, all “Precheck” means is getting a piece of paper saying it’s OK to keep on your shoes. This has happened to me this year at Newark, O’Hare, LAX and Dallas.


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