Florida airport to offer fast security lane

09/30/2010 | Florida Times-Union (Jacksonville), The

Florida's Jacksonville International Airport on Friday will launch a program that will allow frequent fliers to move quickly through security checkpoints. "The separation of frequent fliers from less experienced travelers will benefit both groups and make the screening process more efficient," said Michael Stewart, director of external affairs. The program will replace a previous system that required travelers to pay to have their security information stored in order to save time at the checkpoints.

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