Lambert Airport opens TSA pre-check security screening center

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - The Transportation Security Administration will open the pre-check security screening center Tuesday at Lambert Airport's Terminal One.  Several airports across the country have the program in place.  The center will allow U.S. Citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents to speed through TSA security check points.  Those who sign up will have to pay a non-refundable $85 application fee.  They will also be fingerprinted.

It's  a process TSA officials will explain more in detail at a press conference Tuesday morning.

 For more information visit: Transportation Security Administration

4 comments

  • Cit Riverview

    This is just a slap in the face of Honest people in this country. To charge them to get onto an aircraft to travel. But what is really insulting is you have to provide them with a finger print card. 1984 has come to 2014.

  • Shaniqua Jefferson

    If you carry a Missouri Concealed Carry card, you already had a background check, been photographed, and have been fingerprinted.
    Why not use that “offical” card….or maybe the TSA want to grope ya when they fingerprintin you.

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