Clear reopening lanes at Orlando airport on Nov. 9
Orlando Business Journal – by Melanie Stawicki Azam
Date: Thursday, October 21, 2010, 2:41pm EDT – Last Modified: Friday, October 22, 2010, 10:57am EDT
Clear, a biometric-based registered traveler program for airport security, will reopen designated Clear lanes at Orlando International Airport on Nov. 9.
The New York City-based company opened its first airport Clear enrollment center Oct. 21 at Orlando International Airport in Terminal A, next to the Hyatt Hotel escalators. Hours of operation are 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.
A Clear enrollment center at Denver International Airport is expected to open next week and Clearlanes at the Denver airport will open Oct. 28.
Clear’s exclusive dedicated paths to TSA screening lanes offer members speed, using biometric identification kiosks.
At the Clearlanes, members present their Clearcard to a uniformed Clear attendant and their identity is verified with their fingerprints or iris image. Then the Clear member can head through to TSA screening. Membership costs $179 per year for unlimited use.
Clear is relaunching with new owners and management after ceasing operations in 2009. Clear is now owned by Alclear LLC, whose principles Caryn Seidman-Becker and Kenneth Cornick are Clear’s chief executive officer and president, respectively.
Alclear has committed to former members to honor the remaining terms of their membership.
Members can enroll online here, then go in person at a Clear cube enrollment center to complete the process. Clear also is opening enrollment centers at select Stirling Sotheby’s International Realty locations in Orlando, including the downtown Orlando office at Global Gallery, 121 S. Orange Ave., and in Heathrow at 115 International Parkway.
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