TSA Pre ✓® (TSA Precheck)
The TSA Pre ✓® program provides qualifying travelers with a variety of benefits, including a quicker and more convenient airport experience.
Qualifying passengers can move through security at a quicker pace without stopping to remove their shoes, belts, light jackets, laptops and liquids. With benefits such as these, travelers are less likely to wait in long lines or miss their flights, providing them with a more relaxed and enjoyable traveling experience. Children aged 12 and under may also enjoy the benefits of TSA Pre ✓® if they are travelling with eligible passenger.
How to apply
The TSA Pre ✓® application process is simple, as travelers can apply online through the Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) website. After applying, applicants must undergo a quick in-person interview and background check before they may enjoy the benefits of this program.
After applying for these TSA Pre ✓® benefits and obtaining a known traveler number (KTN), passengers can enjoy the benefits of this program for five years before they need to renew their membership.
U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents may apply TSA Pre ✓® via https://www.tsa.gov/precheck
Who is eligible?
Travelers with reservation containing a KTN number from:
- TSA Pre ✓®
- Global Entry
- The eligible passenger may apply Global Entry via https://ttp.cbp.dhs.gov/
- NEXUS – U.S./Canada border crossing program
- (U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents and Canadian citizens)
- SENTRI – U.S./Mexico border crossing program
- (U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents)
How does it work
By entering valid KTN to your reservation upon booking or check-in, the ＂TSA PRE＂/ “TSA Pre ✓” logo will be printed on the boarding pass. Then passengers are able to experience quicker transit through airport security screening and are referred to dedicated “TSA Pre ✓®” Lane.
For more information relating to TSA Pre✓®, please refer to the TSA website. (English only)
For more information relating to Trusted Traveler Programs - Global Entry, please refer to the DHS website. (English only)