JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Airline passengers flying out of Jacksonville International Airport could start seeing shorter lines for pre-flight security -- by signing up for TSA PreCheck, according to the Jacksonville Aviation Administration.
TSA PreCheck allows some frequent fliers traveling out of JIA to go through a quicker screening process.
Those eligible for PreCheck may no longer have to remove shoes, laptops, belts and other items while passing through security.
Still TSA points out that even those enrolled in the program are not guaranteed faster trips through airport security.
To learn more about the program, visit TSA.gov.
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