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TSA Pre-Check security lines won’t accept commoners anymore

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By Cailey RizzoMashable, SouthFloridaReporter.com, Sept. 19, 2015 – Well, it’s good news for frequent fliers: TSA Pre-Check, the fast-pass line at airport security, will no longer accept passengers who randomly get bumped up from the regular screening process, meaning the Pre-Check lines should get shorter and faster.

It’s bad news for regular travelers who loved those rare, unexpected, delightful upgrades at security. It’s time to go back to taking off your shoes, taking liquids out of bags and putting laptops in a separate bin.

The “Managed Inclusion Program” is now officially no more in airports nationwide, limiting Pre-Check access only to those who have signed up for a trusted traveler program.

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Originally published on Saturday Sept. 19, we are reposting this story for those who may have missed it.

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