Select passengers of Hawaiian Airlines are now being offered expedited screening through dedicated lanes of the US Transport Security Administration’s (TSA’s) PreCheck security screening program at 3 airports in Hawaii.
TSA PreCheck lanes are now operating at the airline’s airport ticket lobbies at Honolulu International Airport, Kahului Airport on Maui and Līhu‘e Airport on Kaua‘i.
Hawaiian currently has two PreCheck lanes at Honolulu International Airport and one each at the Maui and Kaua‘i airports. Another PreCheck lane at Kona International Airport is expected to open in 2014.
Selection for the PreCheck lanes is made on a flight-by-flight basis by the TSA. Hawaiian Airlines provides travelers selected for PreCheck with a boarding pass marked with the PreCheck logo upon check-in at the airline’s self-serve check-in kiosks.
PreCheck lanes are now also open at Hawaiian Airlines checkpoints at Sacramento International Airport, Oakland International Airport, San Jose International Airport and San Diego International Airport.
The TSA currently operates the PreCheck program for low-risk passengers of seven US airlines – Alaska, American, Delta, Hawaiian, United, US Airways and Virgin America – at almost 100 airports across the country.