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You are eligible to be selected (on a flight-by-flight basis) for TSA PreCheck expedited screening if:
  • You are a frequent American Airlines flyer that have been invited by American Airlines to participate and followed the instructions on the email to accept, or/and
  • You participate in a "Trusted Traveler" program (Global Entry, NEXUS, SENTRI and/or TSA PreCheck application program) and have entered your "Known Traveler ID" in the reservation
    • If you're using your AAdvantage number, you can enter the "Known Traveler ID" in the Personal Information and Password tab of My Account) so it will auto-populate in all new reservations bearing the AAdvantage number made anywhere
    • If your reservation doesn't have your AAdvantage number, you can retrieve it and add the "Known Traveler ID" to it. The method is not very intuitive: on AA.com click on my trips, then on view all, then on find my reservation and enter either the record locator (if you know it), or the flight information using the AA operating flight number (not any eventual codeshare number from another airline).
    • Your Secure Flight Information (name, sex, DOB) in the reservation must match the one with the program (except for "middle" or other names, which are ignored) (name on ticket does not matter)
    • You will find your "Known Traveler ID" on the GOES website or on your program's card, under the name "PASSID". It is either 9 digits or the letters TT plus 7 digits

You will know if you have been selected on a particular flight if the wording or logo "TSA PreCheck" appear on your boarding pass.

How it works

In the Pre-Check lane, you no longer need to remove the following items:
  • Shoes (some, such as steel-toed shoes, may require removal)
  • 3-1-1 compliant bag from your carry-on (all liquid restrictions still apply)
  • Laptop from your bag (if electronics are stacked on top of each other, they require removal)
  • Light outerwear or jacket
  • Belt (large belt buckles may require removal)
  • Pre-Check Lanes are WTMD only-- No NoS in use

Updated Locations - Coming Soon

Link [/b]to FlyerGuide Wiki listing of American Airlines (only) PreCheck checkpoints.

Link to FT thread AA Airport / Concourse TSA PreCheck - Hours [only] (may not be current)

See also post 1 of this thread. (It contains much additional info in the Moderator's Note.)

NOTE: PreCheck is changing to a Trusted Traveler (GE/NEXUS/SENTRI) -like program, where anyone will be able apply and pay USD $85 (online or at a PreCheck enrollment center), be vetted for approval, present proof of identification and be fingerprinted at a PreCheck enrollment center (IAD and IND, opening Fall 2013, will be thie first), and be granted PreCheck status for five years from that time. It will not be airline - or airline status - tied.

"Current PreCheck participants, including those eligible via a CBP Trusted Traveler Program such as Global Entry, will continue to receive PreCheck eligibility. Participants who opted-in through their airline frequent flyer program may want to consider applying for PreCheck, as they are more likely to be selected for PreCheck expedited screening more often if they are vetted via the PreCheck application process." Link.

Trusted Traveler (Global Entry, Nexus, Sentri) and Having Problems with PreCheck?






If you belong to one of the Trusted Traveler Programs listed above, you may run into issues getting PreCheck clearance if your Secure Flight Data is not an exact match to the data that you entered into your application on the GOES (Global Online Enrollment System) website when you applied for your TT membership.

For example, if your airline account has Bob Jones, but your GOES account has Bob James Jones, then the TSA may not be associating your information properly when it "decides" who can and can not have access. Additionally, if your PASS ID # (listed above in the screen-shots) is not an exact match, there will be a mismatch when TSA processes your information, and you will not receive PreCheck.

To ensure you receive PreCheck on all flights (domestic & internatioal), be sure to ensure the information in your AA profile is accurate. The name on the ticket does not matter- the "Secure Flight Data" is what is used to determine PreCheck status.

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Old Jul 14, 11, 1:02 pm   #1
 
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TSA Pre-Check / PreCheck Known Traveler program for AA FFs (consolidated)

I found this pretty interesting. The new pilot program for trusted traveller is starting this Fall, and apparently will be open to AA and DL FFs (in MIA and DFW for AA) in addition to Global Entry, Nexus, etc. participants.

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The pilot test is based on U.S. customs programs and initially will be available only to certain participants in the customs program and a limited number of air travelers. Those include certain frequent fliers on two airlines -- American and Delta -- flying out of certain airports. Delta passengers must be flying out of Atlanta and Detroit airports, and American Airlines passengers must be flying out of Dallas - Fort Worth, Las Vegas, Los Angeles or Miami airports.
Full article here: TSA takes first steps toward 'trusted travel' program

Now the question is what 'certain' frequent fliers will mean?

=========================MODERATOR'S NOTE=========================





See information about the new TSA PreCheck Pre™ Known Traveler / Known Passenger program here, including a listing of most, but not all, Pre™ gates. Upated (28 Mar 2013) PDF list downloadable here. Map here.

The FlyerGuide American Airlines Wiki also lists the PreCheck points on the Elite Security Lines page here.

Approved travelers may be able to leave laptops and liquids in their bag and keep shoes, jackets and belts on; they may still be randomly selected for further screening.

To sign up for Pre™ you must be a U. S. Citizen, an invited (via e-mail) AA Platinum or Executive Platinum flyer and enter the Trusted Traveler number that appears on the page you are directed to in the e-mail, or have a nine digit PASS ID number from USCBP GOES - "Global Online Enrollment System" - which includes Global Entry, NEXUS, and SENTRI Trusted Traveler, nine numbers (you can recover yours here if you are a member of one of these programs) and enter it in the "Known Passenger" box on the appropriate aa.com page; the information will be encoded on your AA Boarding Pass within the bar code.

The first opt-in period ended 23 Sep 2011.

<redacted image link no longer working>

Known Passenger number has nine digits - no letters. Your enabled PNRs may reflect SSR DOCO AA HK1//K/AAFREQUENT1 (not the number, which is encoded on BPs - but see following.)

More recently, Upgraded! posts quoted language:

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U.S. citizens, who are members of a CBP Trusted Traveler program, including Global Entry, SENTRI, and NEXUS are automatically eligible to participate and receive expedited screening benefits for domestic travel through the initiative. As of November 15, 2012, Canadian citizens traveling domestically in the United States who are members of NEXUS are also qualified to participate in TSA Pre✓™. In addition, passengers 12 and younger are allowed through TSA Pre✓™ lanes with eligible passengers.
JY1024 posted:

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Q: What is a Customs and Border Protection ID?
A: A U.S. Customs and Border Protection ID number is used by the U.S. Government to uniquely identify travelers who participate in a trusted traveler program. If you are a U.S. citizen currently enrolled in a U.S. Customs and Border Protection's (CBP) Global Entry, NEXUS, or SENTRI Trusted Traveler program, you may wish to provide your nine-digit PASS ID (membership number) as you may be cleared more often by the TSA for expedited security screening at the checkpoint. Please note that all three CBP programs share the same nine-digit numeric PASS ID number. If you are a current CBP program member and you have a membership card, your PASS ID can be found on the back of your membership card. If you are a current CBP program member and you do not have a membership card you can obtain your membership number by logging into your Global Online Enrollment System (GOES) account. If you are not a current member of a CBP program, additional information is available from U.S. Customs and Border Protection
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Q: What is an AAdvantage Known Passenger?
A: Based on TSA criteria, certain AAdvantage program members were invited to opt-in to a TSA Known Traveler screening pilot program. By opting in you give American Airlines permission to identify you to the TSA as an AAdvantage member who desires to participate in the pilot program and to share the information provided with the TSA when submitting your passenger reservation information to the TSA's Secure Flight system. American Airlines will not use or share the information collected for any additional purposes. Please visit www.aa.com/privacy for additional privacy information
Bloomberg news article describing program and rollout (Oct 34 2011 was rollout)

CBS DFW TV article and video of DFW-C pm rollout

10/4/11 - BStrauss3 has posted the first report of experience with the Trusted Travel program at DFW in the Travel Safety/Security forum:
http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/pract...c-26-39-a.html

10/6/11 - For additional first-hand experiences reported in this thread, begin reading HERE.

Additionally, AATrout, brp and akarneboge have posted further on:

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Originally Posted by AATrout, brp and akarneboge

Options to know if you will get the "3 Beeps" (cleared for PreCheck)
Since there are 4k+ posts to date I thought it might be helpful to summarize 2 ways to sort out, once enrolled in Pre, options to scan and read barcodes on an iPhone. There may be other options.

1) Print out your BP. Download Manatee Works barcode scanner app (free). Start the app and position about 6" over the barcode. Read and/or copy the scan to Evernote. I delete everything to the right of my AAvantage #.

For this approach, it is not necessary to waste the paper by printing the BP. The Manatee scan works just as well with the pdf image on the computer screen. In both cases, it can take a bit of time, and options 2) and 3) below are better and faster

Next assess your Pre status on this BP: On Manatee I always have an open or blank field immediately to the left of the field before 'AA AA' followed by my AAdvantage number. If the next field to the left of the open field is "3" I've always sailed thru Pre. Like this:

M1xxxxxxx/xxxxx/ 6 digit record locator/DENDFWAA 2096 160X006E0068 148>218 WW0131BAA 00000000000002900100123227983 AA AA xxxxxxx EXP

2) With the AA app, save your BP to Passbook. This is in the Aztec format, which is square. Download the Qrafter barcode scanner app (free).

- Open Passbook and find your BP. Take a screenshot of your mobile (Passbook) BP: press the home button (at the bottom) and the power button (at the top) simultaneously. This saves your Passbook BP to your iPhone photos.

- Open Qrafter,and choose to scan a picture from photos. Opt for move and scale to center the Aztec code. Access the BP 'photo' and scan the Aztec code.

- Read the results as you do with Manatee and save if you like to Evernote. I have noted that with the same BP ( one printed and read with Manatee, one on Passbook and read with Qrafter) that on Qrafter the open field between the "3" and AA AA... now contains a digit - often a "2" . Like this:

M1xxxxxxx/xxxxx/ 6 digit record locator/DENDFWAA 2096 160X006E0068 148>218 WW0131BAA 000000000000029001001232279832AA AA xxxxxxx EXP

On this trip anyway, I cleared Pre at DEN with the Passbook BP. Some of the fields left of the AA # apparently indicate whether or not you are Pre enrolled and 'eligible' but I don't know if that was the 9, 8, or 2 in my case.

3) Have the mobile BP sent via the website. Open this on the phone and save the QR image to the Photo Roll simply by touching it. Then feed this to Qrafter. Since this contains only the QR barcode, it avoids the need to do any move/scale operations.

One thing to note is that if you get an agent printed BP, they show 31 and not 32. It is of course the 3 that makes all the difference.
Gates currently (14 Apr 2013) allowing American Airlines Trusted Passenger / Pre™ enabled boarding pass holders are:
• ANC - Anchorage / Ted Stevens (South checkpoint).

• ATL - Atlanta Hartsfield International Airport (main checkpoint).

• AUS - Austin Bergstrom Airport (Checkpoint 2).

• BNA - Nashville International Airport (main checkpoint).

• BOS - Boston Logan International Airport (Terminal B AA gates) ..

• CLE - Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (south checkpoint).

• CLT - Charlotte Douglas International Airport (Main Terminal, Checkpoint B)

• CVG - Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky International (Terminal 3, Main checkpoint) ..

• DEN - Denver International (south checkpoint; signage indicates North side may be coming soon).

• DFW - Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (Terminal A, ckpt. A35; Terminal C, ckpt. C20; Terminal D, ckpt. D30)

• HNL - Honolulu International Airport - (Main Terminal, checkpoint 5) .

• IAD - Dulles International Airport (Main Terminal, TSA Pre✓™ Checkpoint).

• IND - Indianapolis International Airport (Main Terminal, Checkpoint A).

• JFK - New York John F. Kennedy International Airport (Terminal 8, main checkpoint) .

• LAS - Las Vegas-McCarran International Airport (Terminal 1 at the First Class screening lane) ..

• LAX - Los Angeles International Airport (Terminal 4, Pre✓ screening lane) ..

• LGA - La Guardia International Airport (Central Terminal, Concourse B).

• MCO - Orlando International Airport (West checkpoint) ..

• MEM - Memphis International Airport (checkpoint B) ..

• MIA - Miami International Airport (North Terminal, D2 checkpoint near F check-in counter).

• MSP - Minneapolis - St. Paul International Airport (Lindbergh Terminal, checkpoint 4).

• ORD - Chicago O'Hare International Airport (Terminal 3, checkpoint 8 - far left checkpoint) ..

• PDX - Portland International Airport (ABC Checkpoint).

• PIT - Pittsburgh International (Main Terminal)

• RDU - Raleigh - Durham International (Terminal 2).

• SEA - Seattle Tacoma International Airport (checkpoint 3)

• SFO - San Francisco International (Terminal 2).

• SLC - Salt Lake City International Airport (Terminal 2 Checkpoint).

• SNA - John Wayne / Orange County (Terminal A, checkpoint A2).

• STL - Lambert - St. Louis International Airport (Terminal C checkpoint) .
NOTE: This list will no longer be maintained as of 14 April 2013; please refer to the the FlyerGuide American Airlines Wiki, which lists the TSA Pre checkpoints on the Elite Security Lines page here. .


Short glossary of terms:
  • AIT: Advanced Imaging Technology (whole-body imaging, same as NoS)
  • Blue Box = Rapiscan Body Scanner (emits ionizing radiation)
  • BSX: Backscatter, same as X-ray
  • MMW: Millimeter wave (clear phone booth)
  • NoS: Nude-o-Scote (MMW or x-ray)
  • SDOO: self-directed opt-out (you choose a WTMD over a NoS)
  • TSO: TSA officer
  • X-ray: Rapiscan (two blue rectangles, ionizing radiation)
  • WTMD: Walk through metal detector
N.B. Apparently (written up by Joe Brancatelli) failing to earn PreCheck status after applying may earn extra security attention, and provides a link to the (PDF) notice in the Federal Register.

/AA Forum Moderator Team

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Old Jul 14, 11, 1:06 pm   #2
 
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You beat me to it! I'm reading the article right now.

I like this part:
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During the first phase of testing, certain frequent fliers and all members of Custom and Border Protection's Trusted Traveler programs, including Global Entry, SENTRI, and NEXUS who are U.S. citizens, will be eligible to participate.
Good news for us Trusted Travelers!

It actually does not list a requirement about being an AAdvantage member or having status. It just says "frequent flyers." But maybe they will invite a limited number of DFW/MIA-based frequent travelers that AA identifies by virtue of being EXPs/CKs. (Who knows!)


Also, it is very interesting to note that the government chose hub cities for both AA and DL, instead of cities with a majority of O/D traffic. In other words, at DFW, unless you're arriving internationally, chances are you are connecting there and thus will NOT go through TSA screening.

Maybe the choice of hubs was intentional, then, in order to keep the numbers under control. It sounds counterintuitive since MIA and DFW are two of AA's biggest stations, but again, the vast majority of AA pax at DFW are connecting, not O/D.

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Old Jul 14, 11, 2:16 pm   #3
 
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I found this pretty interesting. The new pilot program for trusted traveller is starting this Fall, and apparently will be open to AA and DL FFs (in MIA and DFW for AA) in addition to Global Entry, Nexus, etc. participants.



Full article here: TSA takes first steps toward 'trusted travel' program

Now the question is what 'certain' frequent fliers will mean?
A G A I N
The TSA did this about 5 + years ago.
I was in the program out of AA at BOS.
Then it was decided to farm it out to some private companies
(like CLEAR), and that turned out to be a financial failure.

Everyone in the government is trying to do this and find a way to get revenue instead of focusing security on where it is needed.
Let Global Entry/Immigration run it. Reasonible fee and it works and we already went thru the security checks.

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I just received an uninformative email from AAdvantage saying I MAY be eligible for this and that "The TSA will determine who participates in the trial on a per-flight segment basis." I imagine every AAdvantage member will likely receive this email.
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Well, that didn't take long

Just got this e-mail from AA:

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has announced it will be trial testing this fall a new pre-screening program that could offer some airline passengers expedited screening through U.S. security checkpoints.

American Airlines is pleased to announce our partnership with the TSA in testing this new concept at our hubs in Dallas/Fort Worth and Miami. Because of your current status as an AAdvantageŽ member, you may be eligible to participate and potentially be cleared through the TSA pre-vetting process, resulting in some screening benefits at the checkpoint. During the first phase of testing, certain frequent flyers and members of Customs and Border Protection's Global Entry, NEXUS, and SENTRI programs, who are United States citizens, will be eligible to participate in this pilot program which could qualify them for expedited screening.

The TSA will determine who participates in the trial on a per-flight segment basis. Please be aware that AAdvantage membership itself does not guarantee that you would receive expedited screening. To be considered for participation in the trial, you will be required to opt-in and give us your consent to share your AAdvantage status with the TSA. The details and instructions regarding the opt-in for this program will be sent to you at a later date. Your consent will add you to the subset of flyers that may be considered for the TSA’s expedited screening procedures at our Dallas/Fort Worth and Miami hubs.

For more information please visit tsa.gov.

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What exactly does this do? Do the enrollees not have to go through security screening? If they still have to go through security screening, then what's the point?
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I still don't know why I'm still not considered a "trusted traveler" by the TSA when I did the interviews to be approved for both NEXUS and Global Entry by the CBP, both of which are under the same DHS!
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What exactly does this do? Do the enrollees not have to go through security screening? If they still have to go through security screening, then what's the point?
Here is a glimpse into the program as it is proposed:

"The report recommends a voluntary trusted-traveler program in which passengers would supply fingerprints and other personal information in return for an identification card that would allow them to bypass security lines.

Members would enter a kiosk where either fingerprint or iris scanning technology would be used to confirm their identity. Both the passenger and carry-on bags would pass through an explosives-detection device, but there would be no requirement to remove shoes, coats or hats."

http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/...txa_story.html
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I still don't know why I'm still not considered a "trusted traveler" by the TSA when I did the interviews to be approved for both NEXUS and Global Entry by the CBP, both of which are under the same DHS!
I didn't receive the email either. I have GE and travel quite a bit.

But I'm really curious as to what the expedited screening process is. I hope it's not just cutting in line, because once you get a ton of people doing it, it'll be just as slow as the priority AAcess lines.
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I still don't know why I'm still not considered a "trusted traveler" by the TSA when I did the interviews to be approved for both NEXUS and Global Entry by the CBP, both of which are under the same DHS!
If it makes you feel any better, they don't know either.
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So if we don't have to take off our hats/jackets, shoes and what not, how much faster is this really going to be?
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Here is a glimpse into the program as it is proposed:

"The report recommends a voluntary trusted-traveler program in which passengers would supply fingerprints and other personal information in return for an identification card that would allow them to bypass security lines.

Members would enter a kiosk where either fingerprint or iris scanning technology would be used to confirm their identity. Both the passenger and carry-on bags would pass through an explosives-detection device, but there would be no requirement to remove shoes, coats or hats."

http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/...txa_story.html

What about LAPTOPS? Kippie baggies? Keys/coins from pockets?

Would the "explosives-detection devices" be WTMDs, MMW, or BKS machines? Or something else?
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What about LAPTOPS? Kippie baggies? Keys/coins from pockets?
With regard to the baggies, I haven't taken mine out in over a year (actually, I think I did one time) and they have not been requesting that in the lines in about that long.

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What about LAPTOPS? Kippie baggies? Keys/coins from pockets?

Would the "explosives-detection devices" be WTMDs, MMW, or BKS machines? Or something else?
Right,

Unless this is the old fashioned metal detector, or the air sniffer (for bombs) the program is not for me, I´ve been opting out of their newer Millimeter waves and other things they shoot at me. It´s much nicer to get a little pat down from a guy with latex gloves...

I´ve not been taking laptops, toiletries or other small liquid bags out for about a year now. I´ve only had the occasional r-tard, errr TSA officer, complain about it, to which I do my stupidity face and dance before we go on about our business.
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With regard to the baggies, I haven't taken mine out in over a year (actually, I think I did one time) and they have not been requesting that in the lines in about that long.

Cheers.

True, and neither have I, but it's still indicated on the TSA website:
http://www.tsa.gov/311/index.shtm
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