Company's Coming

Doyle, John M.
August 2006
Aviation Week & Space Technology;8/14/2006, Vol. 165 Issue 7, p53
Trade Publication
This article reports that the U.S. Transportation Security Administration is expanding the Registered Traveler program at several airports. With the program, frequent fliers departing Orlando International Airport in Florida on any airline get to pass through a special members-only lane at the security checkpoint by presenting a smart Clear card.


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