While the TSA already is requesting passengers' full names as part of its Secure Flight program, the agency says it will phase in the requirement slowly, giving fliers a chance to get their travel documents in order. "What we're trying to do is make the public aware that these changes are coming," says Paul Leyh, director of Secure Flight. "If your name is Jonathan Smith and you travel as John Smith and your license says Johnny Smith -- get all those things aligned." Once fully implemented, the program should be able to clear 99% of travelers, he says.

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