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    TSA Pre is great, my experience through SEA and PDX

    I fly much more than I would like to.  And, many of you fly even more.  As we all experience Security can be the biggest pain.

    TSA Pre is a new program to help the frequent travelers like us.

    TSA Pre™ is a pre-screening initiative that makes risk assessments on passengers who voluntarily participate prior to their arrival at the airport checkpoint.

    TSA Pre™ includes U.S. citizens who are members of existing Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Trusted Traveler programs including Global Entry, NEXUS, and SENTRI programs as well as eligible airline frequent flyers.

    If TSA determines a passenger is eligible for expedited screening, information is embedded in the barcode of the passenger’s boarding pass. TSA reads the barcode at designated checkpoints and the passenger may be referred to a lane where they will undergo expedited screening, which could include no longer removing the following items:

    • Shoes
    • 3-1-1 compliant bag from carry-on
    • Laptop from bag
    • Light outerwear/jacket
    • Belt

    Pre TSA works for me in SEA and just yesterday I went through PDX.

    Q. Where is TSA Pre™ available?
    A. Certain frequent flyers from Delta and American Airlines and certain members of CBP's Trusted Traveler programs, including Global Entry, SENTRI, and NEXUS, who are U.S. citizens, are eligible to participate in this program, which could qualify them for expedited screening at select checkpoints with the following airlines:

    Alaska Airlines – Portland International Airport and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport

    I went through Security this week in under five minutes at both SEA and PDX.  Woot!

    I have one more trip to PDX in two weeks and then no more travel until Sept.  Time to take a break from all this data center travel.

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