TSA workers Ander Small (left) and Michael Jusino demonstrate part of the process to obtain a TSA Pre-Check pass at the new TSA Pre Check enrollment center at Raleigh-Durham International Airport on Thursday, Dec. 3. RDU is one of only 36 airports nationwide to offer the service, which expedites the screening process for low-risk travelers. A five-year membership application fee of $85 is required along with valid biographical information (passport, government issued ID) and a fingerprint scan. About 40,000 North Carolinians have joined the program since the first center was opened three years ago.
TSA workers Ander Small (left) and Michael Jusino demonstrate part of the process to obtain a TSA Pre-Check pass at the new TSA Pre Check enrollment center at Raleigh-Durham International Airport on Thursday, Dec. 3. RDU is one of only 36 airports nationwide to offer the service, which expedites the screening process for low-risk travelers. A five-year membership application fee of $85 is required along with valid biographical information (passport, government issued ID) and a fingerprint scan. About 40,000 North Carolinians have joined the program since the first center was opened three years ago. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
TSA workers Ander Small (left) and Michael Jusino demonstrate part of the process to obtain a TSA Pre-Check pass at the new TSA Pre Check enrollment center at Raleigh-Durham International Airport on Thursday, Dec. 3. RDU is one of only 36 airports nationwide to offer the service, which expedites the screening process for low-risk travelers. A five-year membership application fee of $85 is required along with valid biographical information (passport, government issued ID) and a fingerprint scan. About 40,000 North Carolinians have joined the program since the first center was opened three years ago. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

TSA opens a Pre-Check enrollment office at RDU

December 03, 2015 06:16 PM

UPDATED December 04, 2015 02:13 PM

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