Some major lounge operators are tightening access this year. United, Delta and American have all announced plans to limit lounge access. That means that enjoying lounge visits when flying with the nation’s three major carriers is going to be harder to pull off going forward. Alaska Airlines is also making some changes. What’s more, rules are also changing at American Express Centurion Lounges. Take a look at what you can expect when you try to visit your favorite airport lounges in 2019.
Continue reading United, Delta, American, Alaska And American Express Are Changing Lounge Rules
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has officially extended its Jan. 22, 2018 deadline for the implementation of the REAL ID Act.
Continue reading TSA Confirms REAL ID Deadline Extension
Marriott International has reported a data security breach of its Starwood network, which the company says exposed information of approximately 500 million guests.
Continue reading Marriott says customer data was exposed in security breach
Have you noticed longer lines at TSA Pre-Check lately? Sometimes, in order to alleviate congestion in main security lines, travelers viewed as low-risk have been allowed into Pre-Check lanes.
However, those passengers have not necessarily been pre-screened or paid the membership fees associated with Pre-Check lanes—and screened members have noticed and their voices are being heard.
Continue reading Bill Banning Non-Members From TSA Pre-Check Passes House
American Airlines has activated free live TV on its first 100 domestic aircraft, with plans to extend live TV and high-speed internet across its long-term mainline narrowbody fleet of more than 700 aircraft during 2019. American is already the only U.S. airline to offer live TV on international flights.
Continue reading Watch This: American Airlines Turns on Free Live TV for Domestic Flights
One look and you are on your way.
Delta Air Lines, in partnership with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), is launching the first biometric terminal in the United States at Maynard H. Jackson International Terminal (Terminal F) in Atlanta.
Continue reading Delta to launch first biometric terminal in the U.S.
As another deadline for state Real ID compliance creeps closer, Department of Homeland Security officials are hoping travelers and traveler buyers start paying more attention to the “real” deadline looming just a bit farther in the distance.
Continue reading DHS Steps Up Real ID Education Efforts
As Delta prepares for the upcoming construction of the Delta Sky Way at LAX, security screening in Terminal 3 will be relocated to level one beginning today. There is no change to the security screening process in Terminal 2.
Continue reading Terminal 3 security screening checkpoint to relocate to prepare for Delta Sky Way at LAX construction