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TSA PreCheck® has saved me countless hours when going through security lines. My shoes stay on, my laptop stays in my bag along with my liquids (under three ounces, of course). The program has grown tremendously through the years and now includes 94 airlines with more than 200 US airports equipped with participating screening lanes. Now, four new carriers have joined the program.
Norse Atlantic Airways, Lynx Air, Starlux Airlines, and Fiji Airways are the latest additions to TSA PreCheck®. If you’re not familiar with these airlines, here’s a bit more on each one:
- Norse Atlantic is a European, low-cost carrier that offers cheap transatlantic flights from a handful of US cities.
- Canadian low-cost carrier, Lynx Air, will serve eight US cities in 2024 with a focus on leisure destinations like Las Vegas and Orlando.
- Starlux Airlines is a new Taiwanese, luxury airline. It now flies from Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and San Francisco International Airport (SFO). Next year, it will begin service to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
- Fiji Airways is the flag carrier of Fiji. It connects the island paradise with the United States, Australia, and New Zealand.
TSA PreCheck® enables low-risk travelers to enjoy a secure and efficient screening experience at more than 200 US airports. About 99% of TSA PreCheck® passengers wait less than 10 minutes to clear airport security.
Anthony’s Take: I’m looking forward to trying Lynx Air and am happy to see TSA PreCheck® continue to grow year after year with new locations and additional airlines.
(Image Credits: TSA and Lynx Air.)
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