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Tangerine Travel, Ltd. is a much awarded, 27-year, full-service travel agency. We are the largest travel agency based in the Pacific
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How to Avoid Long Airport Security Lines in 2017
2017 is gearing up to be another record breaking travel year. TSA has announced it will be limiting the amount of travelers going through expedited screening lines without Pre Check. We suggest enrolling in a Trusted Traveler program that will allow passengers to head to a shorter line and leave shoes on and laptops in their cases. Programs such as Pre Check, Global Entry and NEXUS allow travelers to utilize the expedited security screenings and avoid the long lines. Below is some information on each option to find the best program for you depending on your travel.
TSA Pre-Check – This option is great for frequent and business travelers who can go through separate security lines, leave on their shoes and belts, and keep their laptops in the bag. For $85 you can be enrolled in TSA Pre-Check for five years. You must be a U.S. citizen and lawful permanent resident and there is no passport requirement to be approved. You can apply for TSA Pre-Check online and then make an appointment at one of the enrollment centers around the country to provide fingerprints and identification.
Global Entry – This program is great for international travelers and can coincide with TSA Pre-Check. Upon arrival to the United States, you can go straight to a Global Entry Kiosk without filling out any forms. Insert your passport or U.S. permanent resident card, place fingertips on the scanner for fingerprint verification and make a customs declaration. The membership is $100 for five years or you can pay an extra $15 from the Pre-Check program to Global Entry. A passport is required for Global Entry and you can apply online and then make an appointment at one of several enrollment centers around the country to provide fingerprints and identification as well as be interviewed. For a list of eligible countries and more information on Global Entry, click here.
NEXUS – This option is the Canadian version of Global Entry, offering expedited processing at airports and land borders when entering the U.S. and Canada. On the plus side, NEXUS is less expensive at $50 for a five-year membership. The negative is there are only a handful of enrollment centers for NEXUS and they are located near the Canadian borders in places like upstate New York, Maine, Montana and Washington State. You can pre-enroll online, visit an enrollment center for an interview, provide fingerprints and verify ID. There is no passport requirement. For information on NEXUS please, click here.
Still deciding on what program is best for you? Talk with your Tangerine travel consultant about your travel destinations and they will help you make the best choice for you as a traveler.