The Transportation Security Administration's Pre-Check program will be rolled out at 28 airports this year, including Sea-Tac in Washington state. In this article, travel writer Carol Pucci addresses common questions about the program. Pucci notes that members of the program learn whether they will speed through security on a per-flight basis. "You don't find out until an agent scans your boarding pass at the checkpoint," she writes.

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