PHL joins airports with trusted traveler program

Philadelphia has become one of 20 airports where U.S, Customs and Border Protection has set up a "trusted traveler" program designed to speed up reentry to the country for frequent fliers. By agreeing to a background check, a traveler can skip the lines waiting to clear Customs and use a kiosk that will scan his or her passport, allowing the person to breeze through. Read more details of the program here. 

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