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CLEAR takes off at Dallas Love Field airport

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Identity membership platform CLEAR, a TSA-approved system that stores your biometrics, has launched at Dallas Love Field airport (DAL).

The launch at DAL expands CLEAR’s network of touch points to nearly 30 U.S. airports and sports stadiums nationwide. CLEAR recently launched at Salt Lake City International Airport and five additional airports this year alone.

“The whole process [of scanning your eyes and fingerprint] takes less than half a second,” said CLEAR’s David Cohen. “Then you go straight into physical screening.”

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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