Tzell Offers Clients TSA PreCheck Enrollment

Tzell Travel Group reports it will enable its clients to complete their TSA PreCheck enrollment at its headquarters – located at 119 W 40th Street in New York City – rather than making a special trip to the airport as required of most travelers.

Tzell said its TSA PreCheck Mobile Enrollment Program is designed to offer convenient accessibility for its most frequent travelers in finalizing their applications for expedited airport screening. TSA PreCheck allows low-risk travelers expedited, more efficient security screening at participating U.S. airport checkpoints for domestic and international travel. 

“With TSA expanding its pre-check screening program, we are encouraging our most frequent travelers to take advantage of the benefits. To make it even easier, we are proudly partnering with the TSA in enabling our clients to visit our convenient Midtown Manhattan offices to complete the formal process here,” stated Tzell president, J.D. O’Hara.  


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Tzell clients interested in taking advantage of the opportunity are required to complete the TSA PreCheck online application prior to June 13. During Tzell’s TSA PreCheck Program, professional enrollment agents will be at Tzell headquarters to obtain an applicant’s biographic data and fingerprints, which will be securely transmitted to the TSA on the client’s behalf. Clients confirmed for expedited airport screening will receive confirmation of their status within 2-3 weeks.


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