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Denver International Airport Debut’s TSA Reservations

Denver International Airport is debuting a new passenger experience designed to bring less contact and congestion, and more safety and speed. Passengers at higher risk of contracting illnesses are encouraged to take advantage of the free VeriFLY program, which allows them to make a reservation to access a dedicated TSA screening lane and a reserved limited-capacity train car to the concourse.

Travelers wanting to sign up need to download the VeriFLY app to their mobile device, create an account, and reserve a 15-minute window before their travel date. On the day of the flight, travelers arrive at the VeriFLY lane at the south screening checkpoint at their reserved time. A touchless, electronic gate will scan their access code and they will then proceed through TSA screening (standard and PreCheck lanes available).

With VeriFLY, passengers reserve a specific time to enter the VeriFLY TSA screening lane. Once through the security checkpoint, VeriFLY allows access to a reserved train car with a limited number of VeriFLY travelers – ensuring a socially distanced ride to the concourses among fellow health-conscious travelers.

VeriFLY access is granted to travelers who complete a health and temperature screening on the day of travel. Once arriving at the airport, travelers will complete a temperature check prior to security screening. Face masks or coverings are mandatory. 

Find out more about VeriFLY at Denver International Airport

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