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I’ll show you how to add your Known Traveler Number on 6 major US airlines, including American Airlines, Delta, and Southwest!
How to Add Your Known Traveler Number
Link: Apply for TSA PreCheck
Link: Apply for Global Entry
There are 30 airlines participating in TSA PreCheck’s expedited security clearance:
- Aruba Airlines
- Boutique Airlines
- Key Lime Air
- Miami Air International
- Southern Airways Express
- Spirit Airlines
Sun Country Airlines
- Virgin Atlantic
- Xtra Airways
Here are instructions for adding your Known Traveler Number to 6 major US airlines. It only takes a minute. And once you add it, it’s automatically applied to your upcoming flight bookings with no other action needed!
1. Alaska Airlines
After you log into the Alaska Airlines website, click the dropdown menu that says, “Hi, [Your Name],” then “Profile and Tier Status.”
Next, click “Traveler Profiles” on the left.
Then click “Edit My Information.”
Scroll down until you see the “Known Traveler Number” section. Then add your number, click “Save,” and you’re done!
2. American Airlines
Log into the American Airlines website. Then click “AAdvantage” in the top right corner, and “My Account” from the dropdown menu.
From there, select “Information and Password” in the top left.
Scroll down until you see the “Secure Traveler” section on the next page.
Fill-in the information and click “Save.”
It’s very simple to update your Delta profile after you log-in.
On the main page, click your name in the top right corner to get started.
On the dropdown menu, select “Profile.”
On the next page, look for a box under “Basic Info” on the left that says, “TSA PreCheck/Known Traveler/Redress.” Click the link to add your Known Traveler Number and hit “Save Changes” to exit. That’s it!
After you log-in, click the “True Blue” box in the top right corner.
Then navigate to the “Profile” link on the left.
You’ll find the “TSA PreCheck” section near the bottom. Click the pencil icon to edit the information and add your Known Traveler Number. Then click “Update” to save it to your profile.
To get started, log-in and click “My Account” at the top of the page.
Then, scroll to the bottom of the page and look for the “My Preferences” section.
Click “Edit,” then add your Known Traveler Number and click “Save.”
6. United Airlines
After you log-in, click “View Account.”
On the next screen, scroll down to the “Profile” section near the bottom.
Then click “Edit Traveler Information.”
Near the top, there’s a place to add your Known Traveler Number beneath your name. Click “Continue” to save it to your profile.
In each case, adding your Known Traveler Number (KTN) only takes a minute! So there’s no reason to miss out on a better airport security experience if you have Global Entry or TSA PreCheck membership.
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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. So it’s like getting a two-for-one deal!
It only takes a minute. And can save you lots of time and frustration at the airport. Especially if fly with any of the 30 airlines that participate in TSA PreCheck.