Daytona Beach International Airport holds TSA PreCheck Enrollment event.
Written by Kristen Schmutz
Belden Communications News
Travelers can now sign up for TSA PreCheck at the upcoming enrollment event at Daytona Beach International Airport. The event will take place from 9 a.m. to noon and from 1 to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday from August 29 through September 2, 2022, in the baggage claim area.
PreCheck offers travelers a more efficient airport screening process by allowing shoes, light jackets, belts, laptops, and compliant liquids to be untouched.
"While security lines at DAB are traditionally fast, TSA PreCheck makes the process that much easier, especially for the return flight back to DAB,” said Joanne Magley, Marketing and Customer Experience Director for the airport. "Enrolling in TSA PreCheck only takes a few minutes and significantly enhances travelers’ experience when using TSA PreCheck checkpoints around the country."
Applicants will have to use their fingerprints for a background check. Cash and personal checks will not be accepted to pay the $85 application fee, only credit cards, money orders, company checks, or certified checks will work.
Travelers can pre-enroll at www.identogo.com/precheck, enter “Daytona Beach, FL” when prompted for a location, and choose the Daytona Beach International Airport. For on-site applications, applicants must provide proof of identity and U.S. citizen documentation. Specific documentation can be viewed here.
Applicants who pass will receive a known traveler number through U.S. mail within 5 days. The number works for five years, and enrollees can enter it when booking travel reservations. More than two hundred airlines can also store the number for future reservations.
For more information, contact Terminal Coordinator Katherine Wisniewski at (386)248-8030. If you wish to know more about TSA PreCheck, visit tsa.gov/tsa-precheck.
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