How do I book a flight with TSA PreCheck?
You can use your known traveler number for TSA preclearance if you book flights through a travel agency, online booking site, airline website, or over the phone. Remember that your name in your TSA application must match the name you will use to book flights.
Where can I schedule my TSA PreCheck interview?
You can schedule an appointment online through the Universal Enrollment Services website or by calling (855) 347-8371 weekdays from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. ET. If pre-registration is available, you can book an appointment online during the pre-registration process.
Why does my boarding pass have TSA PreCheck?
Think of a TSA Precheck as an advanced security pass. A TSA PRCHK “stamp” on your boarding pass marks you as a low-risk traveler. This means that you can use the PreCheck line at the airport and go through security without removing your shoes, liquids or electronic devices from your hand luggage.
Can you get your boarding pass printed with TSA PreCheck?
Note: Travelers are screened for TSA PreCheck each time they fly, but the PreCheck flag is not limited to participating airports. This means you can still get a boarding pass printed with TSA PreCheck, even if you are at an airport that does not have a PreCheck lane.
How old do you have to be to go through PreCheck at the TSA?
Children 12 and under can use the TSA PreCheck® lane when traveling with a parent or guardian who has the indicator on their boarding pass. Travelers 13 and older who do not have a TSA PreCheck® boarding pass must go through standard security lanes or apply.
How do I change my TSA Pre number?
Again, the easiest solution is to log into your airline’s website and simply add your TSA Pre number, then get a new boarding pass. That said, I’ve certainly tried several times and been shot because I was too close to boarding time and/or my pass had already been issued.
Can you reapply for Global Entry with TSA PreCheck?
But the TSA doesn’t care about everything else in your appointment book: if your access has expired, no amount of begging, pleading or arguing will get you to that PreCheck line. Fortunately, you can reapply for the Global Entry renewal, which comes with TSA PreCheck, starting one year from the expiration date.