Recent reports that the federal government is planning a reform on how the Transportation Security Administration operates within the borders of the United States. With a reform in the works, this looks promising for many American frequent travelers. Here the deal, if your willing to answer a few personal questions and undergo a "more thorough background" investigation and pay an additional $100 - $150. You could be flying past the pesky TSA security check points.
A survey take by the U.S.T.A. asked over 1,000 travelers how likely they would be to enroll in an airport security program, if it had an annual fee of $100 to $150. 61% of leisure travelers said yes and 75% of business travelers said they would definitely pay a fee to eliminate TSA security hassles at airports.