TSA PreCheck begins at Denver

TSA PreCheck began October 2 at Denver International Airport (DEN). Located at the South Checkpoint, it is open to selected eligible passengers on Alaska, American, Delta, United and US Airways, and members of CBP Trusted Traveler programs (see press release).

Denver International Airport Mural

Photo by Vasenka

Rapid Travel Chai newsletter ¦ Twitter ¦ Facebook ¦ Instagram

Pingbacks

  • Hello,

    I have been attempting to join the pr echeck family for a month now as I fly US airways. I would like to avoid paying the fees of joining a trusted traveller group, but US airways preferred team has advised me they do not invite people to join their list of pre check worthy customers, but rather get notice from the TSA. Any advice on how I can start utilizing Pre Check and get signed up for it?

  • @ryan – I know how frustrating the program can be, it is good when selected a irritating when left out, and far, far from the ideal situation, which is to go back to sensible security like many countries and have no need for such things. That said, as I understand, the airline present a pool of flyers to the TSA and of those, some as selected and some not, on a per flight basis. I am batting rouglhy .500 for eligible flights. The airlines differ in how they select their passengers, except in the case of CBP Trusted Traveler program members. The airlines are generally selecting from certain of their elite levels, so you like only have a chance with elite status. Also, make sure your Secure Flight Data is entered on your US Airways profile. Good luck.

  • Pingback: TSA PreCheck adds AUS, CLE, MEM, BNA, RDU, now 40 airports in all - Rapid Travel Chai()