Column: Airports support PreCheck expansion

02/21/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Airports continue to support the expansion of the Transportation Security Administration's PreCheck program that allows elite fliers to move more quickly through security checkpoints, writes Joe Sharkey in The New York Times. Airport managers “recognize that the next challenge will be moving from a largely airline-centric program in operation at a handful of airports to one that is operational for large numbers of travelers at airport facilities across the country,” said Charles M. Barclay, president of the American Association of Airport Executives. The AAAE believes that the adoption of “community-based airport-centric enrollment options” would expand the number of passengers eligible for PreCheck.

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