Travelers with Approved PreCheck do not have to take off shoes or belts or remove laptops from their cases. The federal Transportation Security Administration will open a TSA PreCheck office in Sacramento International Airport Monday as part of a national effort to reduce wait times at airport checkpoints.
Travelers with Approved PreCheck do not have to take off shoes or belts or remove laptops from their cases. The federal Transportation Security Administration will open a TSA PreCheck office in Sacramento International Airport Monday as part of a national effort to reduce wait times at airport checkpoints. Randall Benton Bee file 2010
Travelers with Approved PreCheck do not have to take off shoes or belts or remove laptops from their cases. The federal Transportation Security Administration will open a TSA PreCheck office in Sacramento International Airport Monday as part of a national effort to reduce wait times at airport checkpoints. Randall Benton Bee file 2010

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