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Get Unlimited Flights & Avoid TSA Lines

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While most frequent flyers are debating between Global Entry or TSA PreCheck or trying to figure out how to find the shortest TSA security line, one new airline has created a shortcut. Today, Peter Greenberg went on CBS This Morning to present his special news report about Surf Air, an airline that works as a membership program for regular commuters.

It’s not just about flying on a private jet—this airline lets you show up just 15 minutes before takeoff. Passengers get to completely avoid TSA lines and only need to show ID the first time they fly. They can also book flights at the last minute and completely avoid change and cancellation fees. Watch the video below to find out how the airline works, what perks flyers get, and how the process remains cost effective.

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