Clear(r) Registered Traveler and Luggage Forward Announce Partnership

On November 15, Clear, a privately run registered traveler program, and Luggage Forward announced the formation of a strategic partnership designed to provide airline passengers with a simplified and efficient airport experience. Under the terms of the agreement, Luggage Forward clients will receive an extra month of Clear with the purchase of a two-year membership, and Clear members will receive a 10 percent discount on Luggage Forward's door-to-door luggage delivery service. "We are committed to providing our travelers with a fast, convenient travel experience," said Clear SVP of Strategic Sales, Fred Fischer. Clear is currently operational at Orlando International, with expansion planned in a dozen key US airports in 2007, upon approval from Transportation Security Administration (TSA). Clear Registered Travelers are allowed to pass through security lines faster and with less hassle, a good option for frequent fliers and business travelers. Luggage Forward is a provider of reliable door-to-door luggage and sports equipment delivery to more than 200 countries. For information, visit [www.flyclear.com] and [www.verifiedidpass.com], [www.luggageforward.com].

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