Why is it safer for TSA to perform watch list matching rather than the airlines?
TSA will use an improved watch list matching process that is more effective and consistent in order to prevent certain known or suspected terrorists from boarding aircraft where they may jeopardize the lives of passengers and others. What can I do if I think I am on the No Fly list? What does redress mean? If you successfully obtained a boarding pass, your name is not on the No Fly list. Redress is an opportunity for passengers who believe they have been improperly or unfairly delayed or prohibited from boarding an aircraft to seek resolution and avoid future delays. The affected passengers often have the same or a similar name to someone on the watch list. The DHS Traveler Redress Inquiry Program (TRIP) provides a one-stop shop for passengers seeking redress. Secure Flight will use the results of the redress process in its watch list matching process to help prevent future delays for misidentified passengers. Who is included on the government watch lists TSA will use to perform watch
- The WETA Magazine, TV Week and on-screen guides all list the same program but when I tune in to watch its not playing. Why?
- TSA says that it will not collect or use commercial data to conduct Secure Flight watch list matching. Is that true?
- I see an option Save to XL in the Watch list. How can I import data in the excel sheet?