The federal PreCheck program that allows frequent fliers who provide personal data to speed through airport security will expand to New York City's John F. Kennedy International Airport this year. The program, which is limited to frequent fliers with American Airlines, United Airlines and Delta Air Lines, will also expand to airports in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Minneapolis-St. Paul. It is in place in airports in Miami, Dallas-Fort Worth, Atlanta and Detroit.
PreCheck will expand to NYC's JFK airport
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