Just about everyone that I know has to fly somewhere, sometime. It all depends on where you go though, how long it’s going to take you at the airport. And as everyone knows, it’s not the actual airport or even getting there that is the issue, but it’s the security. What can be done about this? Is there a solution? Is there a way to clear airport security more quickly? Yes, yes there is.
Nobody ever warned me about how long the lines would be at the airport. I just kind of thought that you went to the airport and got on a plane and left. I always hear stories about lost luggage and ticket issues but the actual airport itself usually wasn’t an issue. But in recent years, as security has had to tighten up, there has been no choice but to take longer at security checks.
I love to travel. I always have. I’ve been to Japan, England, Scotland, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, to name a few places. But every single one of those places required a plane to get there. I’ve driven to Canada and I suppose that I could drive to Mexico if I wanted to. But what about the Pacific coasts of both countries? You have to fly there.
I was reading a travel magazine recently and came across something called a Clear card. It’s made for the frequent flier, for the people who spend more time in airports and hotels than in their own homes. It enables people to clear airport security that much faster. It’s a great time saver and probably the best idea for people who have to travel since they invented luggage with wheels. This card has been a long time in coming but it’s one of the smartest concepts out there for those who can properly pass the security requirements.
While the Clear card may not be the answer for every air traveler, it’s nice to know that at least someone is trying to help and take the wait out of the airport security. Tight airport security is a real necessity, we all know this. But long lines and inconvenience aren’t. If there is a frequent traveler in you life, you should look into the Clear card for them.