TSA PreCheck Adds Its 18th Airline

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The TSA PreCheck airlines list keeps growing!  That means you can get to your destination even faster with a new airline!

Via USA Today, Lufthansa is now participating in TSA PreCheck, making it the 18th airline in the expedited security program.

This is great news for folks who are enrolled in either Global Entry or TSA PreCheck.  Because it can make a visit to the airport a lot less aggravating!

Tsa Precheck Airlines List

Lufthansa Has Joined 17 Other Airlines to Improve Your Airport Security Experience

I’ll remind you of the benefits of TSA PreCheck, and show you how to get it.

Save Time at the Airport by Joining TSA PreCheck

Link:   Apply for TSA PreCheck

Link:   Apply for Global Entry

Lufthansa is the first European airline to offer TSA PreCheck clearance.  Hopefully this means more international airlines will follow!

Here’s the TSA PreCheck airlines list:

  • Aeromexico
  • Air Canada
  • Alaska Airlines
  • Allegiant Air
  • American Airlines
  • Cape Air
  • Delta
  • Etihad Airways
  • Hawaiian Airlines
  • JetBlue Airways
  • Lufthansa
  • OneJet
  • Seaborne Airlines
  • Southwest
  • Sun Country Airlines
  • United Airlines
  • Virgin America
  • WestJet

If you fly on any of these airlines often, it is worth the time to enroll in a trusted traveler program like Global Entry or TSA PreCheck.

Get Free Enrollment in TSA PreCheck With These Cards!

There are several cards with a perk to cover the price of enrollment in Global Entry or TSA PreCheck, including:

After you use the card to pay for Global Entry or TSA PreCheck, you’ll receive a statement credit for the expense!

I recommend signing-up for Global Entry instead of TSA PreCheck.

That’s because when you have Global Entry, you’ll also be approved for TSA PreCheck on most flights.  And Global Entry also helps you avoid the long lines at US Customs & Immigration when you return to the US from overseas!

This continued growth is a positive sign that TSA PreCheck is an effective program and will continue to expand!  Which airlines will join next?  Could it be Spirit and Frontier?

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One response to “TSA PreCheck Adds Its 18th Airline

  1. The only problem with the TSA PreCheck program is if you have metal implants. TSA freaks out and it takes you just as long to get through security.