In October 2011, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) first announced its PreCheck program, which initially launched in just seven airports. Since then millions of passengers have used the system and passed through security 2.5 times faster than the average passenger. PreCheck passengers are able to keep their laptop in its case and do not have to remove belts or shoes.

On September 4, 2013, the TSA announced that it will further expand PreCheck to 60 new airports, with plans to be in 100 airports by the end of the year.

In addition you can now, apply for TSA Pre-Check. Though, it might be more efficient to apply for Global Entry.

The PreCheck program is expanding its partnership beyond just airports. Loews Hotels & Resorts worked directly with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to offer its YouFirst Platinum loyalty rewards members complimentary enrollment in Global Entry program. And being registered for Global Entry means that members are automatically qualified to participate in TSA PreCheck.

Keep reading for the complete list of airports and partner airlines offering PreCheck and a list of airports that will be getting PreCheck before 2014.