Denver airport plans to re-start registered traveler program

11/30/2010 | Denver Post, The

The Transportation Security Administration recently approved a plan to re-start the Clear registered-traveler program at Denver International Airport. The program will allow travelers who pay a fee to quickly move through separate security checkpoint lines. Travelers pay $179 per year to join Clear, and they must also submit to an iris scan and fingerprinting. "RT (registered-traveler) passengers will receive the same level of screening as other passengers," a TSA spokeswoman said. "The program simply enables a registered-traveler provider to establish a separate lane and perform the boarding-pass and passenger-ID check."

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