CLEAR Opens LGA Terminal A


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I recently wrote about CLEAR and my experience with it and how it is a Major Deal For Travelers! Starting now, you can use the brand new CLEAR lane in LaGuardia’s Airport terminal A. CLEAR was already available in terminal C & D.

CLEAR Opens LGA Terminal A

CLEAR Opens LGA Terminal A

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My CLEAR Experience

During a recent experience, there was a line around the corner in TSA Pre. I simply walked up, scanned my boarding pass, tapped my two fingers onto a key pad, then was escorted to secure door where the CLEAR gentleman said ” CLEAR Registered Passenger Cleared”. I walked right up to the conveyor, placed my bag on the belt, walked through the normal TSA Pre screening process, grabbed my bag and was on my way to the gate. It literally took less than 3 minutes. Precious time savings and more certainty in amount of time I need before the airport.

How To Get CLEAR

You can enroll for CLEAR online by simply visiting this link. Then all you have to do is stop by a kiosk the next time you are at a CLEAR airport location. Then you’ll be setup to use the fast lane at available airports.

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Major Deal For Travelers

If you haven’t heard of it, CLEAR is the quickest and fastest way to clear airport security. It’s expanding and currently as of the time of this post, open in 16 airport CLEAR locations, after just opening up in New York and Atlanta.

How To Use CLEAR

Step 1) Enroll Online and stop by a dedicated CLEAR line to register your biometric information. Then stop by a dedicated CLEAR lane on your next trip.

Bottom Line 

Good news for CLEAR members who fly LGA regularly. If you happen to be flying in or out of LGA, be sure to also check out How to Navigate LaGuardia Airport During Its Massive Construction.

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