On my boarding passes from United, it said, TSA Approved. Going through security in Orlando, I didn't need to take off my belt, shoes or go through a body scanner. And the line--there wasn't one. Reminded me of flying 30 years ago. I was told by a United Representative that because I had so many flight segments (not miles), United had turned in my name to the TSA. Does this mean I can bring a bottle of wine with me through security? Oh well, it doesn't matter, I had an upgrade to First.
Made the TSA Approved List
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