Column: Travelers have options for speeding through security

04/19/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The Transportation Security Administration's programs that speed low-risk travelers through security demonstrate that it no longer treats all travelers as potential terrorists, writes Christine Negroni in The New York Times. In this column, she examines Global Entry, PreCheck and Clear, three programs available to travelers. She also notes that premium fliers and travelers who hold certain credit cards are allowed to move to the front of security lines.

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