Re: [86attendees] Carnival cruise engine problem affecting Orlando airport

Randall Gellens <randy@qti.qualcomm.com> Fri, 15 March 2013 15:23 UTC

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Subject: Re: [86attendees] Carnival cruise engine problem affecting Orlando airport
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At 3:46 PM +0100 3/15/13, Alexandru Petrescu wrote:

>  Le 15/03/2013 15:44, Anthony Nadalin a écrit :
>>  there are TSA pre-check lines along with Clear
>
>  Does TSA pre-check work with foreigners?
>
>  Does Clear mean that you get controlled only once?  Or what?

CLEAR is a private program.

TSA Pre-Check is a Known Traveler program 
operated by the TSA.  It provides the opportunity 
to be selected for expedited security screening, 
meaning you leave your shoes on, liquids and 
laptop in your bag, and leave your belt on. 
Pre-Check is an optional program that you can 
opt-in for if you are eligible,  There are two 
ways to be eligible: be an elite (mid-tier or 
above) frequent flyer in an eligible airline, or 
be a member of a U.S. Customs and Border 
Protection Trusted Traveler program, i.e., Global 
Entry, SENTRI, and NEXUS.  I believe there is 
limited eligibility for non-U.S. citizens, 
including Canadian, and possibly some others, 
possibly with additional requirements.

If you are eligible for Pre-Check and have 
opted-in, and you are flying on a participating 
airline, the airline sends your PNR to the TSA 72 
hours before the flight (or at time of booking or 
check-in, for close-in reservations) and the TSA 
determines if you get expedited screening or not 
for that day's flights.  If any flight that day 
is international, the TSA normally denies 
expedited screening (but there are some 
circumstances where you will get it).

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Randall Gellens
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