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The TSA is expanding the TSA Pre program into four new cities. As a Delta member with TSA Pre program, you’ll soon be able to speed through security at a total of sixteen airports.
Admittedly, we waited a while before using the TSA program. Not because we didn’t want to, but because we weren’t aware of how to add the TSA Pre program to our frequent flyer account with Delta. Since joining the program we’ve found the TSA Pre program to save us time, when we are selected. The TSA Pre program allows you to keep your clothes on as if you were a decent human being, but the program is random, so there is a chance every once in a while you will not be selected. So you can’t completely depend on the time saving aspects of this program when timing your arrival to the airport for the lengthy screening process.
Now you can save time with the program at four new airports. The TSA program recently added three airports and now they are adding four more. A special welcome to the addition of the Tampa Airport. Tampa is already a fairly efficient airport, but the Monday morning delay at security can be a lengthy wait.
Serving Four New Airports
- Tampa International Airport E Terminal – Opening July 2012
- Charlotte International Airport Checkpoint B – Opening July 2012
- Chicago O’Hare International Airport Terminal 2 – Opening July 2012
- Indianapolis International Airport Concourse A – Opening August 2012
We appreciate programs that speed up the screening process while keeping people safe. While the expansion in welcome, it’s unfortunate you can’t always rely that you’ll be selected for the TSA program.
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