How much time do we waste standing on airport security lines, waiting to be scanned and sorted through? Long lines at security check points can oftentimes cost your actual flight because yes, some people really do have the misfortune of waiting too long and missing their flight. We suddenly become cattle in the eyes of authority, being waved on by light scanners and herded through the detectors, while walking shoeless on the cold floor. But with ClearMe, you can actually flyclear of those really long lines.
ClearMe is an innovative and specially designed security lane at airports. Currently, it is available in two airports in Denver and Orlando, and it is looking to further expand nationally. ClearMe members have the opportunity of bypassing long security lines, ensuring that their airport experience is that of a pleasant one, not a rushed and negative one. According to the ClearMe website, there are multiple benefits in having a CLEARcard. These benefits include speedy security checks with the predictions of how long it will take, and 360 days memberships. It only costs $179 for a years worth of unlimited use, with the option of adding a family member.
How ClearMe works is pretty cool You simply find a Clear kiosk in the airport, insert your CLEARcard, and give your biometrics which is either your fingerprint or iris image. Sounds a bit futuristic, yeah? And then there are the ClearLanes, which are the security lanes in which you go to speed past everyone else on the slow lines.
With ClearMe, you can flyclear of any huge line and watch the disappointed faces of the people waiting. ClearMe will preserve your sanity by not having to freak about arriving at the airport late and potentially missing your flight. Just zip on through in the ClearLane.
It would really be nice not having to go crazy while waiting on the daunting security lines at the airport. At a reasonable price and guaranteed speedy service, who would not want to enhance their airport experience?
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August 06 2012 12:30 am | Destinations