AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD Clear Registered Traveler has been selected by the Little Rock Municipal Airport Commission to launch its registered traveller programme at the airport.
What does RT stand for?
RT stands for Registered Traveler (various organizations)
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 81 other meanings of RT in our Acronym Attic
- Red Team
- Refactoring Tools
- Reference Terminology
- Reference Trajectory
- Refresher Training (for ACG forms)
- Refrigeration Ton
- Régiment de Transmissions (French: Signals Regiment; French Army)
- Regional Total
- Regipäts Talossán (Kingdom of Talossan; micronation)
- Registered Technologist (diagnostic radiology; American Registry of Radiologic Technologists)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Jan 22, 2007 Verified Identity Pass, which was approved by the US Transportation Security Administration last month to operate its Clear Registered Traveler program at select US airports, this week launched the screening program with the opening of an RT lane at New York JFK's Terminal 7.
He fears the proposed Registered Traveler plan--which will require even more private information, including biometric identifiers, from travelers who wish to go through an expedited security process--may evolve into registration of all flyers.
Ridge said a new program with a different name might be developed to take the place of CAPPS II, but if enough people volunteer their personal information through the registered traveler program, a CAPPS III may not be necessary.
Frequent fliers to Minneapolis have been helping test a new Registered Traveler Pilot Program designed to expedite the screening process by using a smart card containing biometric information for identity confirmation.
To streamline airport security checks, the Transportation Security Administration has begun testing a registered traveler program in which volunteers submit to a background check as well as biometric scans of their fingerprints and irises.
Policy Analyst James Plummer was interviewed by WHDH television in Boston about biometric IDs for registered travelers on June 16.