Travelers who don’t want to wait in an airport line to sign up for the process that lets you skip airport lines have an option next week.
The TSA has a traveling enrollment center to sign up new fliers for its Precheck service. Next week, it will be making a stop at Johns Hopkins Hospital from Monday-Friday (Dec. 5-9). With holiday travel coming up, it may be a good time to consider signing up.
The idea is to provide a way to fast-track “low-risk” passengers through security. Getting certified for Precheck lets travelers keep their shoes, laptops, liquids, belts, and light jackets when they go through security. Getting certified requires a membership and background check, which is where the RV heading to Hopkins next week comes in.
Make an appointment here.
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