Airline passengers in Orlando, Fla., will have the opportunity to avoid the long lines that plague security checkpoints in airports across the country. While the new program—called the Private Sector Known Traveler Program—appears similar to the Registered Traveler Program that has been initiated at five other U.S. airports, there are substantial differences. It will be a private-public enterprise, and passengers will have to pay to participate. Under the program, those passengers willing ...

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