TSA Pre✓ Adds Three New Airlinesby Sam Helmy
TSA Pre✓ has announced the addition of 3 new airlines to the list of airlines participating in TSA Pre✓. Of the 3 new carriers, 2 are international carriers—Norwegian and Icelandair—and one is domestic: Via Air. While both international carriers’ membership…
Enroll In TSA Pre✓® At Staplesby Sam Helmy
You can now enroll in TSA Pre✓® at participating Staples stores around the nation. By the end of the year, you will be able to enroll in TSA Pre✓® at 50 Staples stores nationwide, and there are plans for the program to be rolled out to more stores in the future.
How To Renew Global Entryby Kristina Caetano
Global Entry is a US customs screening program that allows low-risk, pre-approved, international travelers expedited entry into the United States. Since US Customs and Border Protection runs the program, it also allows members to use TSA Pre✓ lines when traveling domestically. It’s an excellent tool for frequent travelers and easy to obtain for free through various travel rewards credit cards.
Capital One Venture Card Adds TSA Pre✓ & Global Entry Statement Creditby Sam Helmy
Capital One has added a statement credit towards TSA Pre✓ or Global Entry as a benefit to holders of the Capital One® Venture® Rewards Credit Card as of June 12, 2018.
7 New Airlines Added To TSA Pre✓ In May 2018by Sam Helmy
The Department of Homeland Security has announced the addition of 7 new airlines to TSA Pre✓. The addition occurred in two phases with 6 airlines joining earlier this month and British Airways joining around the middle of May. This latest addition brings the total number of TSA Precheck participating airlines to 53.
2,500 Southwest Points If You Wait At TSA Pre✓ For More Than 10 Minutesby Sam Helmy
Southwest has announced a promotion at Oakland airport that will give you 2,500 Rapid Rewards points if you wait for more than 10 minutes at TSA Pre✓. The promotion is a trial at Oakland Airport OAK only and will run through June 29, 2018.
Your Driver’s License Is Still Good for Air Travelby Howie Rappaport
If you see signs at the airport indicating you may not be able to travel domestically as of January 22, 2018, you can safely ignore them. As for when you need to be concerned, at this point, we wouldn’t bother wasting another second thinking about if you need to replace your current form of ID with something REAL ID compliant.
TSA Adds Five New Carriers to TSA Pre✓® – October 2017by Sam Helmy
The Transportation Security Administration TSA has announced that it is adding five new carriers to its TSA Precheck program. The addition brings the total number of carriers participating in the program to 42. In May 2017, the TSA added a further seven airlines to the program. Here’s a full list of airlines that support TSA Pre✓®. As of May 2018, the total is 52 airlines.
How to Replace Non-Compliant State ID’s Affected by the Real ID Actby Jess Farley
Starting October 20, 2018, residents of states impacted by the Real ID Act will need to update their identification to a TSA approved ID to fly any commercial flight, domestic or international. The states involved have all failed to issue a drivers license or state ID that is compliant with the Real ID Act. Who knows if this revised date will stick, but it is something to be aware of.