Final Phase of TSA’s Secure Flight Program Taking Effect

The final phase of the Transportation Security Administration’s Secure Flight program requires airlines to collect complete information from passengersat the time they book their flights. Passengers who do not enter all information at least 72 hours prior to departure will not be able to print out boarding passes; instead, they will need to provide the information at the airline counter before a pass is issued.
The rule applies to all travel commencing Nov. 1 on all flights on domestic airlines; international carriers are expected to be on board by the end of the year.
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