United Airlines begins pre-notifying customers of eligibility for TSA Precheck
CHICAGO, Ill. - United Airlines today announced it is providing advance notice to customers who are selected for the Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) prescreening program TSA Precheck.
CHICAGO, Ill. – United Airlines today announced it is providing advance notice to customers who are selected for the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) prescreening program TSA Precheck. Eligible United customers will start to see the TSA Precheck indicator on mobile boarding passes, boarding passes printed at home or from the kiosks at some airports, allowing customers to effectively route themselves to available TSA Precheck lanes.
“Our customers tell us how much they appreciate that TSA Precheck expedites their security screening experience. By giving advance notice of TSA Precheck eligibility, in collaboration with TSA, we are making the screening process easier and more seamless,” said Alex Marren, United’s senior vice president of network operations and United Express.
The TSA Precheck logo will appear directly above an eligible passenger’s name on printed boarding passes. On mobile boarding passes, customers should look for the TSA Precheck logo at the top right corner above the barcode. The TSA Precheck indicator will appear on boarding passes throughout a customer’s itinerary whether or not the airport has TSA Precheck, so customers are encouraged to check that the airport is a participating location on united.com/tsaprescreening or tsa.gov/tsaprecheck.
TSA manages and operates this program and is responsible for determining customer eligibility on a per-flight basis. TSA continues to incorporate random and unpredictable security measures, so customers are not guaranteed expedited screening.
United currently participates in TSA Precheck at all eight of United’s domestic hubs and at a total of 29 airports. Qualified customers participating in this program may be eligible for expedited security screening at Anchorage, Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago O’Hare, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Denver, Honolulu, Houston-Bush Intercontinental, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Memphis, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Nashville, Newark, Orange County, Orlando, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Portland (Oregon), Raleigh-Durham, Reagan Washington National, San Francisco, San Juan (Puerto Rico), Seattle and Washington Dulles.