Expedited security returns to Indianapolis International

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Indianapolis International Airport will be the first U.S. airport to re-establish an expedited airport security screening program since the shutdown last year of the Clear registered traveler program.

Pasadena, Calif.-based Cogent Systems has chosen Indianapolis to launch its iQueue Priority Access, which will charge a $169 annual membership. Members receive a biometric identity card that helps speed one’s travel through security checkpoints.

Travelers can sign up for the program starting Monday, Aug. 2, from the airport’s website.

About 12,000 people signed up for the previous program. Those former Clear participants are eligible for a discount with iQueue.


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