Experts divided on future of Registered Traveler programs

As two companies prepare to re-launch Registered Traveler programs in Denver and Indianapolis, some experts say the success of the Global Entry program run by U.S. Customs and Border Protection could be used as a template. Global Entry, which uses background checks and biometric data to clear incoming passengers in as little as 60 seconds, has more than tripled its enrollment numbers in the past nine months. But critics point out that Registered Traveler programs carry a higher enrollment fee than Global Entry, and many frequent fliers may hesitate to pony up after the sudden collapse of earlier RT programs.

View Full Article in:

New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Transportation

Job Title Company Location
AOG Controller - Technical Operations
United Airlines
Chicago, IL
Ramp Service Employee - Temporary - Part-Time
United Airlines
Chicago, IL
Senior Director of Inflight
Spirit Airlines
Miramar, FL
Supervisor - Airport Operations - Ramp Service
United Airlines
Chicago, IL
Staff Representative - Flight Operations Communications
United Airlines
Chicago, IL