FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) – Passengers at a Northern Colorado airport may soon be able to bypass security lines at Denver International Airport.
Fort Collins-Loveland Municipal Airport director Jason Licon says passengers are already calling to sign up for the program, which is still being developed with help from a $220,000 federal grant.
Backers tell the Fort Collins Coloradoan that security wait times and parking fees would be lower at the local airport, and passengers’ checked bags would be transported securely.
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