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CLEAR launches at Salt Lake City International Airport

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Biometric identity membership platform CLEAR has launched at Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC).

The launch at SLC, Terminal 2, expands CLEAR’s network of touch points to nearly 30 U.S. airports and sports stadiums nationwide. CLEAR recently launched at Los Angeles International Airport and five additional airports this year alone.

“The SLC International Airport is pleased to partner with CLEAR to provide a new option for travelers to reduce their wait time in security,” said Salt Lake City International Airport Interim Executive Director Russell Pack.

CLEAR claims more than one million members and is certified as a Qualified Anti-terrorism Technology by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. CLEAR’s three-step sign-up process takes less than five minutes – CLEAR digitally authenticates your driver’s license or passport, confirms your identity, and then creates your biometric account.

Last month CLEAR was issued a Notice of Allowance for a U.S. patent application relating to its biometrics-based boarding pass technologies.

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