CLEAR Arrives in San Francisco Before Memorial Day

May 19, 2012 - 

CLEAR, a trusted provider of secure identification and authentication, announced it would launch its CLEARlanes service at San Francisco International Airport on May 23.

CLEAR’s biometric technology is designed to expedite traveler security clearance. CLEARlanes will be set up at every terminal at the San Francisco airport to speed passengers through security lineups. The CLEARlane service is estimated to get passengers through security within or less than five minutes. The service is available to paying members, and more than 200,000 members across the U.S. are currently using CLEAR’s biometric platform.

The presence of CLEAR’s biometric technology at San Francisco International Airport enhances not just travel experience for passengers but also adds security, improves customer service as additional agents are on hand to help all travelers and will create 85 new jobs as well as a new source of revenue to the airport.

CLEAR’s membership application is fast, easy and accessible online at One year of unlimited access costs $179. An additional $50 is required to add a member’s spouse or partner. Children under 18, when accompanied by their guardian, can use CLEARlane for free.

Would you pay extra to get through airport security lines faster?

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Stephen Mayhew is the publisher and co-founder of Biometrics Research Group, Inc.. His experience includes a mix of entrepreneurship, brand development and publishing. Stephen attended Carleton University and lives in Toronto, Canada. Connect with Stephen on LinkindIn.