It looks like TSA PreCheck hit 40 (airports, that is). There have been recent announcements about Cleveland and Austin.
And, finally Raleigh.
I’m a huge fan of PreCheck. I’ve been happy to use it at my home airport of Washington Dulles over the past 6 months and really like the integration with the Clear lanes in Denver. While there are some that believe the TSA should be abolished, I’m reasonably happy with the way they’ve expande PreCheck.
The easiest way to qualify for PreCheck is to be invited by one of the airlines listed in the charts below. You can also qualify by applying for Global Entry, which is super useful for people traveling internationally when they re-enter the US. At $100 for 5 years of eligibility, Global Entry is another slam dunk even if you travel out of the country on occasion.
You can see a list of airports that have PreCheck service below and which airlines it covers: