TSA expands test of letting pilots skirt security lines to MSP

It does require uniformed pilots to show two forms of identification in order to pass through a separate checkpoint, separated from passengers. If judged a success, the TSA could extend the program at most major airports starting next year.
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It does require uniformed pilots to show two forms of identification in order to pass through a separate checkpoint, separated from passengers. If judged a success, the TSA could extend the program at most major airports starting next year.

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