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TSA PreCheck officially added Norse Atlantic Airways to its list of participating airlines as of Tuesday, December 19, 2023.
With the low-cost, long-haul carrier’s addition to the roster of almost 100 airlines, travelers checking in for flights to Europe will now be eligible for a more streamlined departure by using TSA PreCheck.
“Joining TSA PreCheck marks an important step for Norse Atlantic Airways and our customers,” said Bjorn Tore Larsen, CEO at Norse. “We are now able to offer a more pleasant and efficient airport experience in the U.S. to customers who are already enrolled members of TSA PreCheck.”
Here’s everything you need to know.
Norse Atlantic Passengers Now Eligible for TSA Precheck
Norse Atlantic remains well within the realms of a start-up airline, given that its inaugural flight was as recent as June 14, 2022. After 18 months, Norse’s passengers can now enjoy the benefits of TSA PreCheck when departing the U.S. and heading to Europe.
At the time of writing, TSA PreCheck is available at each of the following U.S. airports that Norse flies to and from: Los Angeles (LAX), Miami (MIA), New York (JFK), and Orlando (MCO).
According to the airline’s website, Boston (BOS) and Washington, D.C. (IAD) will rejoin the airline’s route map on March 31, 2024, with the relaunch of service between the aforementioned cities and London Gatwick Airport (LGW), after both services were terminated shortly after they began in the summer of 2023.
How To Get TSA PreCheck
Applying for TSA PreCheck is easy and comes highly recommended if you’re a frequent traveler.
In our opinion, the $78 application fee is well worth the hassle-free airport security experience that comes with a membership, such as not having to remove your shoes, jackets, outerwear, and belts, as well as being able to leave your laptop in your bag.Hot Tip:
If you don’t already have 1, you should check out our list of preferred travel credit cards since a limited number of them include free TSA PreCheck and Global Entry as one of their numerous features.
Passengers flying Norse Atlantic who have a TSA PreCheck will be able to utilize the program while exiting the United States beginning December 19, 2023. Most customers will benefit from a significantly streamlined airport experience as a result of the change.
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