TSA’s expedited security screening initiative
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA), U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and US Airways are working together to implement an expedited security screening initiative at select airports. TSA determines eligibility and will always apply a random factor associated with security measures.
If you're eligible and you opt in, you may not have to remove these items:
- 3-1-1 compliant bag from carry-on bag
- Laptop from bag
- Light outerwear or jacket
Now available from these cities to anywhere we fly
|Anchorage (ANC)||South checkpoint|
|Atlanta (ATL)||Main checkpoint, lanes 1-4|
|Austin (AUS)||Checkpoint 2|
|Baltimore (BWI)||Checkpoint D|
|Charlotte (CLT)||Main Terminal, checkpoint B|
|Chicago (ORD)||Terminal 2 |
|Cincinnati (CVG)||Main Terminal, Concourse B|
|Cleveland (CLE)||South checkpoint|
|Denver (DEN)||South checkpoint|
|Honolulu (HNL)||Checkpoint 3|
|Indianapolis (IND)||Terminal A|
|Memphis (MEM)||Checkpoint B|
|Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP)||Lindbergh Terminal, checkpoint 4|
|Nashville (BNA) ||Main checkpoint|
|Orange County (SNA)||Checkpoint A2|
|Orlando (MCO)||East checkpoint|
|Philadelphia (PHL)||C checkpoint|
|Phoenix (PHX)||Terminal 4, checkpoint A|
|Pittsburgh (PIT)||South checkpoint|
|Portland (PDX)||ABC checkpoint|
|Raleigh-Durham (RDU)||Terminal 2 checkpoint|
|Salt Lake City (SLC)||Terminal Two, main checkpoint|
|San Juan, Puerto Rico||Main terminal, checkpoint 4|
|Seattle (SEA)||Checkpoint 5 north|
|Washington, DC (DCA)||Terminal C, north pier, gates 35-45|
|Washington Dulles (IAD)||Central checkpoint|
You must be a U.S. citizen and either:
- A Dividend Miles member who is determined eligible by the TSA and received an opt-in invitation email from US Airways, or
- An existing member of a CBP Trusted Traveler program, including Global Entry, SENTRI or NEXUS
Log in to your Dividend Miles account and go to your profile. If you're eligible, you’ll see the opt-in button at the bottom.
Once you’re opted in, we’ll share your Dividend Miles Preferred status and travel information with TSA each time you fly. Then, if you see 'TSA PreCheck' on your boarding pass, that means you can use the expedited security lane if it's available in your departure city.
Also, we’ll now recognize your status when you fly United as long as you include your Dividend Miles number in your reservation.
If you already participate in a CBP Trusted Traveler program such as Global Entry, SENTRI or NEXUS, enter your U.S. Customs and Border Protection 9-digit PASS ID, which is in the top-left corner of your membership card, in your Dividend Miles profile. We’ll automatically include your PASS ID in your reservation if you book on usairways.com or through Reservations. If you book anywhere else, be sure to provide your PASS ID number.