Airport to Offer Passengers a Fast Pass to Security Checkpoints
May 29, 2012
Flex Offers Front-of-Line Security Access
Beginning June 6, travelers at the Tallahassee Regional Airport (TLH) will have the option to skip to the front of the line at the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) security checkpoint. With Flex, a membership program operated by Priva Technologies, travelers can save time and minimize travel stress by speeding through the airport via a designated fast-track lane to the TSA screening checkpoints.
"Providing an outstanding, innovative airport experience for our passengers is a top priority, and Flex will provide a new level of convenience. We are pleased to be working with Priva Technologies to bring Flex to Tallahassee," said Sunil Harman, Director of Aviation for the City of Tallahassee.
Flex card holders and day-pass participants will get consistent, front-of-line access to the TSA ID check at the airport's screening checkpoints. In addition to expedited security checkpoint access, Flex members are eligible to receive discounts at shops, restaurants and valet parking at the airport.
Travelers have the option of purchasing an annual membership at $100 or a one-time day pass at $20. Customers can also take advantage of an introductory promotion of $150 for a family plan that includes two annual memberships. A simple, online enrollment is now available at www.Go-Flex.com with new annual members receiving a temporary pass for immediate use, while their permanent membership card is then mailed within seven days. Day pass purchasers receive their pass instantaneously with their online confirmation. Applicants are not subject to background checks or required to provide biometric information.
The Flex pass is typically popular with frequent businesses travelers, but is available to all customers. Flex members can use their annual pass for no additional fee at any airport where Flex currently operates, as well as additional future airports coming on line following the TLH roll-out.
The Tallahassee Regional Airport is operated and maintained by the City of Tallahassee. For more information, please visit www.FlyTallahassee.com, find us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at iFlyTallahassee.
Sunil Harman, Airport Director, 891-7802; or Alison Faris, Communications Department, 891-8533