»»Clear Resumes Operations at SFO

Clear the program which provides frequent-fliers with access to special airport security fast lanes, resumed operations at San Francisco International Airport (SFO).

The program shut service in 2009 when the company — Verified Identity Pass — which had been running it went out of business.

For an annual fee of $179, Clear members, are supplied with identity cards allowing them to access to designated airport lanes to get faster security checks.

With the addition of San Francisco International Airport, the current version of Clear program has lanes at three U.S. airports — the others are Orlando and Denver. Alclear, the company running this new version of Clear, has plans to start service at Dallas/Fort Worth airport next June.

At the time of the 2009 shutdown Clear had dedicated lanes at 20 U.S. airports. With the shutdown more than 250,000 frequent fliers lost the privilege to benefit of special security lanes.

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