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The Transportation Security
Administration this fall expects to begin piloting its new trusted traveler
expedited security-screening program with American Airlines, Delta Air Lines
and U.S. Customs and Border Protection at airports in Atlanta, Dallas, Detroit
and Miami, according to a TSA statement.
TSA expects to expand the
pilot to other locations with Alaska Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Hawaiian
Airlines, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines and US Airways.
The pilot initially would extend
to select frequent-flyer program members and participants in U.S. Customs and
Border Protection's Global Entry, SENTRI or NEXUS programs. TSA plans to work
with CBP and the pilot airlines "to determine passenger eligibility for
this screening pilot, which is limited to U.S. citizens and is voluntary."
TSA, however, stressed it
would incorporate into the program "random and unpredictable security
measures throughout the airport and no individual will be guaranteed expedited
TSA administrator John Pistole called the program a part of 'commonsense' airport security.
Following the pilot, TSA
would evaluate "future risk-based, intelligence-driven security measures
that would enable travelers to volunteer more information about themselves
prior to flying."