Clear Registered Travel Comes to JFK

Clear Registered Travel says it has struck an agreement with British Airways to provide its product to the carrier's passengers at Terminal 7 of New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport. The agreement also includes provisos for jointly marketing the product to U.S. corporations, and conducting in-office Clear Registered Travel enrollment. The program allows business travelers and other frequent fliers to receive expedited access through airport security points. Users must pay an annual fee and allow the U.S. Transportation Security Administration to do a background check. They are then offered a biometric identity card.

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