BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Some passengers are happy to see lighter wait times at the Buffalo airport security checkpoints.
The TSA pre-check program speeds up the screening process and it has expanded to 60 new airports, including Buffalo. Pre-approved travelers can leave on their shoes and their toiletry bag in a carry-on.
TSA Federal Security Director for Buffalo Rick DePietro said, "The program enhances security by enabling TSA to focus our efforts on passengers we know less about and provide expedited screening for travelers who have volunteered more information about themselves prior to flying."
Those who are eligible include frequent flyers and U.S. citizens who are part of the government's trusted traveler program.
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