Transportation Security Administration officer John Pippy motions customers to the TSA Precheck lane at Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Starting in January 2018, air travelers on domestic flights whose state’s have not met or made significant progress toward meeting federal Real ID standards for driver’s licenses will need to use their passports or other federally approved IDs to fly.
Transportation Security Administration officer John Pippy motions customers to the TSA Precheck lane at Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Starting in January 2018, air travelers on domestic flights whose state’s have not met or made significant progress toward meeting federal Real ID standards for driver’s licenses will need to use their passports or other federally approved IDs to fly. Chuck Liddy 2014 News & Observer file photo
Transportation Security Administration officer John Pippy motions customers to the TSA Precheck lane at Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Starting in January 2018, air travelers on domestic flights whose state’s have not met or made significant progress toward meeting federal Real ID standards for driver’s licenses will need to use their passports or other federally approved IDs to fly. Chuck Liddy 2014 News & Observer file photo

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