Good afternoon everyone. I just received an email from BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) about a new pilot program that was just announced for BART passengers traveling to San Francisco International Airport (SFO). According to the announcement, passengers who take BART to SFO will have access to priority TSA security lines. This is kind of a goldilocks line between general TSA security lines and TSA PreCheck lines. I believe the screening process is the same as general TSA security, but with a shorter line. Since I have TSA PreCheck, I would probably never go through the priority TSA security line, but this is good news for passengers who do not have TSA PreCheck or are heading to SFO for an international flight.
Buenas dias everyone,
It looks like Santa has been talking to the folks at Alaska Airlines, because the first wish on my travel hacker wish list was granted today: Alaska Awhirlines announced that the US Department of Transportation has granted them tentative approval to operate four flights a day to Mexico City starting this summer!