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Going thru security at LAX

Going thru security at LAX

  1. Diane

    I am departing from Bradley Int’l. soon. I remember reading a while back about going to Terminal 4 to go thru security at LAX and then walking thru a tunnel to Bradley Int’l. Wondering how that works as the last time I flew out of Bradley there was no pre-check and I have a Global Entry card that did me no good. So, long line and a long time to get thru security, shoes off, etc.

    Do I check my bag at Bradley, walk over to Terminal 4 (on the street or tunnel?), go thru security at Terminal 4 and then walk thru a tunnel back to Bradley? Have I got this right? What am I missing?

    Thanks in advance for advice.

    Diane

  2. David W

    Yes, that sounds right.

    Global Entry is for entry into the USA but also gives you access to TSA PreCheck. However, not all airlines participate in PreCheck. Your Global Entry number is your Known Traveler Number. Enter that in your flight reservations if/where asked and if that airline participates in PreCheck, it’ll appear on the boarding pass. If I;m not mistaken, most foreign airlines do not partificate

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