MADISON (WKOW) -- Frequent flyers can now speed up their travel time by using a new program from the Transportation Security Administration.
TSA's new screening process allows some passengers to go through an expedited security line called PreCheck. Those who go through the PreCheck line don't have to take off shoes or light coats, and laptops and liquids can stay in the luggage.
Some airlines are inviting frequent flyers to sign up for the program. Travelers can also pay an $85 fee for a five year membership to the service. Plus, some people will be occasionally selected by U.S. Customs as a Trusted Traveler.
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