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Fargo's Hector International Airport invites flyers to enroll in security pre-check program

Under the program, identified low-risk air travelers can avoid having to remove things like shoes, liquids, laptops, light outerwear, and belts.

Hector International Airport in north Fargo. Forum file photo
Hector International Airport in north Fargo. Forum file photo
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FARGO — Fargo's Hector International Airport is inviting passengers to enroll in what is known as the TSA PreCheck program for expedited pre-flight screening.

Under the program, identified low-risk air travelers can avoid having to remove things like shoes, liquids, laptops, light outerwear, and belts.

To participate, travelers should follow these steps to pre-enroll:

To access the application page, visit: www. universalenroll.dhs.gov
• Click “Start Application Now”, then click “New Enrollment”
• Fill out steps and choose “Next” at the bottom of each screen
• Type in your location at Zip code/City/Airport Code box — search
• Choose location “Pop Up: FAR, 9/26-9/30” and click “Next”
• Select your desired appointment time (Please note your appointment time; no reminders will be sent out)

Currently, TSA PreCheck has more than 450 lanes at more than 200 U.S. airports.

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