Fly by security - for a price: 'Registered traveler' program to let passengers pay to avoid long lines

Business fliers accustomed to first-class seating will soon be eligible for privileged security screening at Indianapolis International Airport. Airport operator BAA Indianapolis is about to seek proposals from firms to operate a "registered traveler" program. It will entitle any frequent travelers who pass a government background check to use special security checkpoints-bypassing long lines and trouserloosening "secondary screening" passengers must sometimes endure. No more suffering in line behind bubble-gum-popping teens headed for Aruba. Show your registered traveler ID card and...

 

You have accessed IBJ.com Premium online content

IBJ.com Premium online content is identified by locked premium or unlocked premium symbol to the right of the headline. Access to all IBj.com Premium online content requires a paid IBJ.com Premium subscription and the subscriber to be logged in using their email and password. See subscription options below.

Log In if you are a subscriber to IBJ.com Premium Online

...Or choose the IBJ subscription that's right for you:

7 Day Subscription

$4.95 per week

IBJ.com
Premium online

Order Now
   

1 Year Subscription

$1.25 per week

IBJ.com
Premium online

Order Now
 

1 Year Subscription

$1.52 per week

IBJ Print
only

Order Now

 

Sponsored by
ADVERTISEMENT

facebook - twitter on Facebook & Twitter

Follow on TwitterFollow IBJ on Facebook:
Follow on TwitterFollow IBJ's Tweets on these topics:
 
thisissue1-092914.jpg 092914

Subscribe to IBJ
ADVERTISEMENT