We can all sympathize with wanting to escort a loved one through security to help them catch a flight. Are you willing to get arrested for that privilege?
Maybe it’s an easy question that everyone in the world has already answered. But, since I haven’t worn a watch in something like 10 years, I was curious.
Is it worth it to pay for CLEAR? Shouldn’t TSA PreCheck be enough?
I can remember fondly the days when airport security was less of a challenge. Is a recent TSA test program an indication of easier procedures down the road?
Hard to tell if this was an interpretation of prohibited items by a TSA agent, or just an agent in a bad mood.
TSA PreCheck has been a lifesaver for me over the years. With very few exceptions, it provides me with a consistent, short security line and makes getting through security easier. That’s why it’s good news to see more airlines participating.
Certainly I’m a bit late voicing this opinion. The TSA decided a couple years ago that pilots wouldn’t need to be searched going through security. Last year flight attendants were added to this list. I was at McCarran airport this morning going through TSA…