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Priva Technologies, Inc. Chairman Jeff Minushkin announced today that the company has deployed its Cleared(R) Security Platform at Baltimore's BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport in a government-approved biometric airport access control security program.
NEW YORK, and JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Sept. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Clear(R), the leading provider of airport security fast pass lanes, and Vigilant Solutions, the second largest provider, announced today that the companies signed a reciprocal fee agreement.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) today announced the expansion of its popular "Self-Select Lanes" program to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
A U.S. Homeland Security Department plan requiring three-day advance notice from foreign fliers would be bad for business, say airline leaders.
By Joe Sharkey One recent afternoon, I spent about 90 minutes waiting by the security checkpoints near the Delta Air Lines counter at La Guardia Airport. You can see a lot just by observing, as Yogi Berra told me that he said more than once.
By Thomas Frank WASHINGTON -- It's not surprising that Tim Burke is taking an airplane flight Monday, but it is unusual that he's looking forward to it. The reason: Starting on Saturday, some of the nation's airline passengers will not have to remove their laptops at airport checkpoints.
AAAE's Transportation Security Clearinghouse (TSC), the largest civilian clearinghouse in the U.S., continues to be a highly effective and efficient provider of required background-check services for airlines and airports of all sizes, its customers reported in a just-completed survey.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced today that Verified Identity Pass -- operator of Clear(R) -- has met program encryption standards for enrollment computers and may resume Registered Traveler enrollment immediately.
By Thomas Frank WASHINGTON -- The Transportation Security Administration may allow airports to ban firearms from terminals, parking lots, roads and other airport areas where many states currently allow passengers to carry lethal weapons.
By The Oakland Tribune, Calif. Aug. 5--SAN FRANCISCO -- If you planned to sign up for the Clear program that allows you to speed through airport security screening today, postpone that plan.