As of October 10th, 2013, the Transportation Safety Administration (TSA) implemented lanes at roughly 100 airports throughout the United States.is a TSA-managed program aimed at identifying processes to expedite physical screening and minimize unnecessary screening for low risk passengers. TSA works with various airlines, including Hawaiian Airlines, to implement these security lanes.
Note: security procedures are dictated by TSA and not by Hawaiian Airlines. According to TSA's website, "TSA will always incorporate random and unpredictable security measures throughout the airport and no individual will be guaranteed expedited screening." This means no individual is guaranteed expedited screening 100% of the time, even if s/he is part of a government trusted traveler program.
Eligible participants may use expedited screening lanes where you no longer need to remove the following items:
Starting December 20th, 2013, all U.S. Armed Forces service members, including those serving in the U.S. Coast Guard, Reserves and National Guard, traveling for official or leisure travel may present their Common Access Card (CAC) and use expedited screening lanes.
For more information, please visit our TSA PreCheck Program - Members of the Military page.
Partnering with TSA, Hawaiian Airlines installed lanes at the following U.S. airports:
Other airports, including ITO (Hilo), LAX (Los Angeles), PHX (Phoenix) and SFO (San Francisco) have not yet been assigned a date for expansion.
You have 3 different options of qualifying for expedited screening:
TSA will review the passenger list provided by Hawaiian Airlines for every flight. If TSA determines you are eligible for expedited screening, information will be embedded in the barcode of your boarding pass. TSA scans the barcode at designated checkpoints and you may receive expedited screening. A logo will be printed on your boarding pass.
The rules-based criteria for eligibility are determined exclusively by TSA. Hawaiian Airlines does not control who receives the logo.
Application fee: $100.00
Requirements for the application process include:
Application fee: $85.00
Requirements for the application process include:
Approved applicants will be issued a Known Traveler Number (KTN) to be used when booking travel. Your KTN will be a 9 digit Pass ID number. This is used by the U.S. Government to uniquely identify travelers who participate in a trusted traveler program.
If you received a KTN through the Global Entry program or Registration program, you may add the KTN to your member profile by logging in to your HawaiianMiles account. Once you have added your KTN to your HawaiianMiles account, all reservations made through your account when logged in will populate a logo on your boarding pass.
You may also enter your KTN during Kiosk or Web Check-in. By doing so, the logo will populate on your boarding pass for your current reservation only. If you have questions while inputting your KTN during Kiosk check-in at the airport, please feel free to request assistance from our Hawaiian Airlines agents.
For more information on how to use your Known Traveler Number from programs like Global Entry, SENTRI and Nexus, visit: http://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/travel/trusted_traveler.
Redress Number is a unique identifier the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) currently assigns to individuals who are approved to be a part of the DHS Traveler Redress Inquiry Program (TRIP). This program was created for travelers who repeatedly experience additional security screening when traveling. With a Redress Number, travelers who may share the same name as someone on the TSA no-fly or watch list will now be identified by their unique identifier and will not encounter additional scrutiny while going through airport security. Those interested in DHS TRIP can apply directly on the DHS website.
You may use your Known Traveler Number or Redress Number by entering either or both numbers in the following locations:
via Web Check-in online:
via Kiosk Check-in at the airport:
When making a reservation online on HawaiianAirlines.com:
Add to your upcoming trip on HawaiianAirlines.com:
Add to your HawaiianMiles account online:
Note: For data accuracy, please ensure your full name is consistent across all travel-related documents and programs: government-issued IDs (e.g. passport), government trusted traveler programs (e.g. Global Entry), HawaiianMiles, and future ticket bookings. This is especially important for middle names, whether you use your full middle name or just a middle initial. If you need to update your name in your HawaiianMiles account, please contact HawaiianMiles Service Center.
For legal name changes on your HawaiianMiles account, please provide the necessary legal documentation in either of the following ways:
If you qualified for the program, you will see the logo on your boarding pass (see examples below). This logo is generated solely by TSA for each individual traveler. Hawaiian Airlines cannot add, remove or force the logo onto your boarding pass.
Web Check-in Boarding Pass:
Mobile Boarding Pass:
Airport Kiosk Boarding Pass:
Yes, in cases where a family is traveling together and the adult members receive the logo on their boarding pass, children (under 12 years old) or elderly parents (over 75 years old) traveling on the same itinerary can enter the lanes with the adult members, even if they do not have the logo on their boarding pass.