Indianapolis International will be the first U.S. airport to bring back the Registered Traveler program.That's right, unfortunately only Hoosier State travelers will be able to whisk through security checkpoints with the new iQueue service for now.
Sound familiar? That's because iQueue is similar to Clear, which went bankrupt last year. The company is even offering up 6 month free service to former Clear customers.
The company has yet to set a start date for the new service, which will ask registered travelers to provide their their biometric data and have it recorded and
stored on a membership card.
When passengers arrive at the airport, a screener will verify their identity and then escort them ahead of the line through security checkpoints. Membership costs $149 per year for unlimited use.
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