JFK's Terminal 1 Gets Clear

Security lines should clear up a bit at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport next month, when Terminal 1 begins operating the Clear Registered Traveler program. For an annual fee of $99.95, frequent fliers provide background information to the Transportation Security Administration and, if approved, will receive a biometric identity card that is said to give faster access through airport security. Terminal 1 carrier Air France will sponsor Clear at that location at JFK.

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