Air Travel Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Air Travel activity »
  1. 1 Panda 1:800:681:7208 installations renewal CONTACT Panda Tec*h Supp0rt care
  2. 2 Connecting flight in heathrow--2 hours
  3. 3 Royal Air Moroc Reviews
  4. 4 Traveling with two passports, with different names.
  5. 5 United or Air France? (Business class)
  6. 6 Global Entry application status question
  7. 7 Customs question
  8. 8 "under the seat space"
  9. 9 United Mileage plus upgrade waitlist?
  10. 10 Contact # for Delta
  11. 11 Using american voucher
  12. 12 Beware the Frankfurt Airport
  13. 13 Can a person buy two seats on the same flight for just
  14. 14 Southwest boarding
  15. 15 is RMB necessary for layover in Chinese airport
  16. 16 BUD to ZRH to USA
  17. 17 Starting my Planning
  18. 18 Another kid-on-the-plane story
  19. 19 Heathrow Terminal 5
  20. 20 RE minimum transfer time Schiphol!
  21. 21 What has become of AA flights to Europe? All BA now.
  22. 22 Transfer to Vermont from JFK
  23. 23 UA Carry-On Policy
  24. 24 Has using FF miles on AA got a lot harder?
  25. 25 Customs and Connection Times
View next 25 » Back to the top

Global Entry Program and TSA PreCheck Question

Jump to last reply

I am confused. IF we get Global Entry program, does that automatically enable us to use TSA PreCheck Program as well? Or do we have to apply separately for each program?

While the majority of our travel is domestic travel within US, we do fly to Europe about once a year. We are also planning on some longer, multi continent trips in the next few years.

I keep reading each website and can't figure out if I need to pay $100 for GE and then a separate $85 for PreCheck.

Thanks for helping me decipher what is probably a simple thing that I am over complicating.

62 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement