Secure Flight and Your Non-rev Travel Information
Transportation Security Administration (TSA)



The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will soon introduce Secure Flight, a program to help ensure passengers are not misidentified as someone on the government's watch list. For most, no action is required, since the Secure Flight Passenger Data (full name, birth date and gender) is already stored as part of non-rev travel. Still, if a non-rev or any of their designated travelers has had issues with being misidentified as an individual on a government watch list, it will be a good idea for them to double-check or update their Secure Flight Passenger Data on Jetnet’s Travel page.  For those individuals without Jetnet access, there is a printed form to complete and send in to update their information.  While retirees can easily complete any necessary updates via Jetnet, if you feel like any of your groups need the form, please let us know.  Again, most individuals will not need to take any action. 






In the coming months, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will introduce Secure Flight, a program to help ensure passengers are not misidentified as someone on the government's watch list.

What does this mean for you?

For most, no action is required, since the Secure Flight Passenger Data (full name, birth date and gender) is already stored as part of non-rev travel. Still, if you or any of your designated travelers have had issues with being misidentified as an individual on a government watch list, it is a good idea to double-check or update your Secure Flight Passenger Data on Jetnet’s Travel page.  Find out more about the TSA Secure Flight program and how to easily update your Passenger Data using Jetnet if necessary.   

 Marc Brécy September 2009