The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) wants to expand the Pre-Check expedited screening program to include a wider range of passengers. Members of Congress would be included. Speaking at an International Aviation Club luncheon in Washington DC, TSA administrator John Pistole touted the success of Pre-Check so far but said the program, now in effect at 35 airports, could be greatly expanded. “It helps us do our job” to segment out large numbers of “known” ...

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