TSA Pre✓® Program / Global Entry
TSA Pre✓® Program
TSA Pre✓® is an expedited security screening program managed by the Transport Security Administration (TSA), allowing certain passengers to move through security more quickly and smoothly when departing from participating airports in the U.S.
- Please note that although the Honolulu Airport is one of the participating airports, the flight NH183 from Honolulu to Tokyo (Narita) is NOT part of the TSA Pre✓® program due to Air Japan operation.
- By applying into this program, passengers are able to experience quicker transit through airport security screening and are referred to a dedicated lane.
- Eligible passengers do not need to remove shoes, laptops, liquids, belts or light jackets.
- Children ages 12 and under may accompany an eligible passenger through TSA Pre✓®.
In order to utilize this program, all passengers are required to file an application to the TSA.
The following passengers can take part in this program:
- All members of the Global Entry Program
- U.S. citizens
- Green Card holders
- Members of SENTRI who are U.S. citizens or U.S. lawful permanent residents
- Members of NEXUS who are U.S. or Canadian citizens or U.S. lawful permanent residents
- U.S. Department of Defense active duty and civilian employees
After a successful background check of the applicant by the TSA, the passenger receives a 'Known Traveler Number' (KTN).
By entering KTN to your reservation upon booking or check-in, the indicator "TSA PRE" will be printed as information on the boarding pass for corresponding flights. You will be able to enter the KTN from our website.
Registering with the TSA costs $85.00 and after a successful application, travelers receive the TSA Pre✓® status for five years.
For passengers who have a connecting flight, "TSA PRE" may not be printed on your boarding pass. If this is the case, please go to the ANA counter for assistance.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) offers the Global Entry program to provide expedited processing for pre-approved, low-risk international passengers entering the United States.
Upon returning from international travel, Global Entry enrolled passengers may bypass the normal passport control line and proceed directly to the Global Entry kiosk.
Global Entry program participants can scan a machine-readable passport, U.S. permanent resident card or U.S. visa on the kiosk, scan fingerprint and make a Customs declaration. The kiosk issues a transaction receipt and directs the passenger to the baggage claim and the exit.
Passengers are required to complete and submit an online application and pay a $100.00 fee.
This covers enrollment in the program for a five-year period.
The government reviews the applicant's information while a background investigation is conducted, then applicants undergo an interview with CBP officers at an Enrollment Center in the U.S. before final approval is granted.