Daytona Beach Int’l Airport To Hold TSA Precheck Enrollment Event

By on February 19, 2018 in WNDB News

Daytona Beach, FL – Daytona Beach International Airport (DAB) is set to hold a TSA PreCheck Enrollment event to help sign locals up for the efficient airport security screening program.

Those interesting in enrolling in the program should report to the baggage claim area of DAB anywhere from 8 AM to 12 PM and 1 PM to 5 PM daily beginning March 19 through 23. TSA PreCheck allows enrolled flyers to leave on shoes, lights jackets, and belts and keep laptops and TSA-approved liquids in carry-ons at participating security checkpoints.

“This is a great opportunity for local residents to enroll in TSA PreCheck,” said the business development director for DAB, Jay Cassens. “Enrolling in TSA Precheck only takes a few minutes and will significantly enhance travelers’ experience when using TSA checkpoints around the country.”

Applicants will be fingerprinted on-site as part of their background check. The $85 application fee should be paid by credit card, money order, company check or certified/cashier’s check. The fee cannot be paid using cash or personal checks. If you plan on attending the event, you are asked to pre-enroll here. Make sure to use “Daytona Beach, FL” as the location and choose Daytona Beach International Airport.

Attendees must bring valid proof of identity and U.S. citizen documentation. This could mean bringing a U.S. passport or a birth certificate and a driver’s license. Approved applicants can expect to receive their known traveler number (KTN) in the mail within 45 days.

When booking airfare through a participating airline’s website, a phone call to the airline reservation center, or with a travel agent, make sure to use your KTN. If you are a frequent flyer, you may also enter your KTN into your profiles where it will be stored for future flights.

Over 200 airports have TSA PreCheck security lanes and 47 airlines participate in the program. These airlines include Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Hawaiian Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, and Virgin America.

Copyright Southern Stone Communications 2018.


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