Lower-hassle airport security checks in return for sharing more personal information have arrived in Indianapolis.
WIBC-FM 93.1 reported that the Transportation Security Administration's Security PreCheck program now is available at Indianapolis International Airport for domestic flights on some major airlines.
The program allows travelers to be screened before they even show up to the airport. The TSA collects fingerprint data, a background check, and other information and travelers can keep their shoes and belts on when they pass through security lines.
WIBC says Indianapolis is the 21st airport to get the program. By the end of the year it will be in 35 airports nationwide.