Enjoy Expedited Screening - Now Available for Most International Itineraries
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has partnered with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and select airlines, including American Airlines, to launch a voluntary expedited screening program with a select group of known travelers.
The program is currently available at participating TSA PreCheck airport locations and is now available for most international itineraries.
Anchorage Ted Stevens International Airport (ANC) South Checkpoint
Atlanta Hartsfield International Airport (ATL) Main Checkpoint, North Checkpoint
Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) Checkpoint 2
Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) in Terminal B Checkpoint
Charlotte International Airport (CLT) Main Terminal, Checkpoint B
Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD) Terminal 3, Checkpoint 8
Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) Terminal 3, Main Checkpoint
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) South Checkpoint
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) in Terminal A, Checkpoint A35
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) in Terminal C, Checkpoint C20
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) in Terminal D, Checkpoint D30
Denver International Airport (DEN) Main Terminal, Level 5 Northeast Corner
Honolulu International Airport (HNL) Main Terminal, Checkpoint 5
Indianapolis International Airport (IND), Checkpoint A, Lane 1
Las Vegas McCarran International Airport (LAS) Terminal 1
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Terminal 4
Memphis International Airport (MEM) Checkpoint B
Miami International Airport (MIA) D2 Terminal Checkpoint
Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) Lindbergh Terminal, Checkpoint 4
New York Kennedy International Airport (JFK) Terminal 8, Main Checkpoint
New York LaGuardia International Airport (LGA) Central Terminal, Concourse B
Nashville International Airport (BNA) Main Checkpoint
Oklahoma City Will Rogers World Airport (OKC) West Checkpoint
Orange County-John Wayne Airport (SNA) Checkpoint A2
Orlando International Airport (MCO) West Checkpoint
Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) Main Terminal
Portland International Airport (PDX) ABC Checkpoint
Raleigh–Durham International Airport (RDU) Terminal 2 Checkpoint
San Diego International Airport (SAN) Terminal 2, Checkpoints 5 and 6
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) Terminal 2
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) Checkpoint 3
St. Louis International Airport (STL) Terminal C Checkpoint
Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) Main Terminal, TSA PreCheck Checkpoint
Denver International Airport
Honolulu International Airport
Orlando International Airport
Pittsburgh International Airport
San Francisco International Airport
Experience expedited screening benefits as you ease through security without removing the following items:
3-1-1 compliant bag from carry-on
Laptop from bag
Who Is Eligible
You can participate in TSA expedited screening if you are a:
U.S. citizen and an AAdvantage® program member who received an opt-in invitation
And starting in fall 2013, anyone will be able to apply for the program directly through the TSA.
How It Works
When you opt in to the program, we share certain information with the TSA Secure Flight System, including:
Your AAdvantage program tier status and /or U.S. CBP Trusted Traveler program information
Your passenger reservation information
As early as this summer, your online and mobile boarding pass will indicate your eligibility once the TSA reviews and approves this information. Please keep in mind that because TSA always incorporates random security measures, eligibility for expedited screening will be determined on a per-flight basis.
How Can I Become A Participant?
If you're an AAdvantage program member:
Go to aa.com, select My Account and log in
Within My Account, go to the Personal Information and Password tab
If you are eligible to participate in the program, you will see an opt-in field for the TSA Expedited Screening Program
If you're a participant in a Customs and Border Protection Program (CBP) and not already an AAdvantage member:
At time of booking, simply provide your CBP 9-digit PASS ID within each reservation.
In addition to participation through the AAdvantage program or membership in a CBP program, the TSA will implement a fee-based online application process in the fall for those interested in TSA Expedited Screening.
Want To Learn More?
Visit www.tsa.gov for more information and FAQs on TSA expedited screening.
If you qualify for TSA PreCheck through a CBP Trusted Traveler program, be sure to enter your full name exactly as it appears on your Global Entry card or GOES account, along with your date of birth, gender and nine-digit PASS ID number when making your reservation or filling out your AAdvantage Profile Secure Flight Data. Using information that matches exactly ensures that you'll be considered for TSA PreCheck screening. If you are unable to update your Secure Flight data online, contact AAdvantage Customer Service at 1-800-882-8880 for assistance.