By Joe Myxter, Travel editor for MSNBC
Starting this fall, long airport security lines could be a thing of the past for some eligible frequent travelers.
The Transportation Security Administration on Thursday outlined plans to roll out a pilot system in coming months that would allow select air travelers to qualify for expedited screening.
Initially, only Delta Air Lines passengers flying through Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International and Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County airports and American Airlines passengers traveling through Miami International and Dallas Fort Worth International airports will be eligible. Some members of U.S. “trusted traveler” programs — Global Entry, SENTRI and NEXUS — will also be eligible.
For more information, Check out the full MSNBC article here: http://overheadbin.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2011/07/14/7083903-faster-security-screening-soon-a-reality-for-some-fliers