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TSA PreCheck is back in Bozeman, what are the advantages?

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BOZEMAN -

If you missed signing up on TSA PreCheck last year, you are in luck. TSA has announced that next week residents can enroll in the popular TSA PreCheck as they have renewed their business with the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport.

PreCheck allows travelers to keep on their shoes, belts, light jackets or sweaters on. During peak travel times, passengers will be able to keep their laptop in its case and keep travel size liquids and gels in their carry-on bag.

If you would like to learn more about TSA PreCheck, click here.  

The enrollment center will be located on the second floor of the airport and it will open Mon., Jan 15 through Fri., Jan. 19. The center will only be open for a week.

The application fee is $85 and your trusted traveler status is good for five years.

Even if you only fly a couple times a year, TSA Federal Security Director Dan Fevold says it is well worth it and they strongly encourage it. Learn more and find out what you should do before showing up at the airport at the Bozeman Airport website.

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