Latest Registered Traveler Stories
The future of Registered Traveler Programs, as they exist today, has been put in doubt by the announcement that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will no longer provide RT security threat assessments, according to Jeff Minushkin, chairman of Priva Technologies, Inc., which itself is an approved RT service provider.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) today announced it has cleared any impediments to further expansion of Registered Traveler (RT) business opportunities beyond the initial 20 airports.
By Jeremy Herb, The Indianapolis Star Jul. 21--Passengers going through security at the new Indianapolis International Airport terminal will be greeted by a mural of flowers, blue-lit panels and ambient music. Families will be directed to separate lines, away from travelers in a rush.
By John Gillie, The News Tribune, Tacoma, Wash. Jul. 21--Anyone who has stood in an airport security line and heard a security officer bellow out instructions to the already harried multitude, can likely appreciate what Kip Hawley has in mind for the Transportation Security Administration.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) today launched crewPASS, a test program designed to evaluate expedited access to secure areas of airports for properly credentialed commercial flight deck crew members.
Alvy Dodson, the Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) Federal Security Director (FSD) at Dallas Love Field Airport, has joined Chicago-based Priva Technologies, Inc. as Executive Vice President of Priva's Cleared Travel Corp.
By Thomas Frank WASHINGTON -- Air travelers may soon be spared the annoyance of airline pilots cutting in front of them at security checkpoints.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) today announced expanded deployment that will bring Advanced Technology X-ray (AT) and Passenger Imaging to 21 of the nation's busiest airports by the end of 2008.
By Jacob Schneider, Tampa Tribune, Fla. Jul. 8--TAMPA -- TAMPA -- Bob Clark flies nearly 200 times a year, so you might expect that he has airport security figured out. But even he sometimes gets frustrated when facing ever-more-stringent checkpoint requirements.
By Thomas Frank WASHINGTON -- Screeners at the nation's airport checkpoints don't take tips. But they will definitely keep the change.