Airport hosts TSA PreCheck event

Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport is hosting a TSA PreCheck event on a mobile registration site through March 17. precautions including social distancing, cleaning between appointments and hand sanitizer will be in place to promote the health and safety of all attendees,” GSP officials said in a statement. at-risk air travelers to enjoy a smart and efficient screening experience. “For TSA PreCheck travelers, there is no need to remove shoes, 3-1-1 liquids, laptops, light outerwear or belts, saving travelers time at the security checkpoint. TSA PreCheck has more than 450 lanes at more than 200 U.S. airports,” according to the press release. It comes as GSP said it sees travel starting to pick up again. “Travel continues to rebound from the pandemic, we are at around 90% of our pre-pandemic numbers, so we are seeing a lot of activity at the airport, said Tiffany Cherry, communication specialist at the airport. . Interested individuals are encouraged to pre-register at www.identigo.com/rv by selecting the Greer, SC event. “The TSA PreCheck enrollment event at GSP provides an accessible opportunity to enroll in the program, renew membership, and make air travel easier and more convenient for our travelers in northern South Carolina. GSP President and CEO Dave Edwards said in a statement on 7-17.Cherry said it can take about three to five business days to get your TSA PreCheck “known traveler number,” if approved. Port pass. The process is completed on-site by providing fingerprints for a background check,” GSP said in its press release. There is an $85 application fee. The airport indicates that cash and personal checks are not accepted.

Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport is hosting a TSA PreCheck event on a mobile registration site through March 17.

“The mobile registration site will be offered from the colorful IdentoGo van which will be parked in front of the terminal building near Parking A. Additional precautions including social distancing, cleaning between appointments and sanitizer for hands, will be in place to promote the health and safety of all participants,” GSP officials said in a statement.

Airport officials said TSA PreCheck is an expedited screening program that allows identified low-risk air travelers to enjoy a smart and efficient screening experience.

“For TSA PreCheck travelers, there is no need to remove shoes, 3-1-1 liquids, laptops, light outerwear or belts, saving travelers time at the security checkpoint. TSA PreCheck has more than 450 lanes at more than 200 U.S. airports,” the statement said.

It comes as GSP said it sees travel starting to pick up again.

“Travel continues to rebound from the pandemic, we are at around 90% of our pre-pandemic numbers, so we are seeing a lot of activity at the airport, said Tiffany Cherry, communication specialist at the airport. .

Interested persons are invited to pre-register at www.identigo.com/rv by selecting the Greer, SC event.

“The TSA PreCheck enrollment event at GSP provides an accessible opportunity to enroll in the program, renew membership, and make air travel easier and more convenient for our northern South Carolina travelers” , GSP President and CEO Dave Edwards said in a statement.

The airport said appointments are limited and are available on a first-come, first-served basis from 9 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. March 7-17.

Cherry said it can take about three to five business days to get your TSA PreCheck “known traveler number,” if approved.

“To complete the application process, enrollees must bring documentation proving their identity and citizenship status or a valid U.S. passport. The process is completed onsite by providing fingerprints for a background check,” GSP said in his press release.

There is an $85 application fee. The airport indicates that cash and personal checks are not accepted.

Joseph K. Bennett