The Global Entry program will expand to nine more airports
by April 3, according to the Federal Register.
Houston Hobby as well as airports in Fairbanks,
Alaska; Oakland, San Jose and Sacramento, Calif.; New Orleans; Kansas City and St. Louis, Mo.; and
Burlington, Vt., will join the 39 airports that already have Global Entry kiosks.
The Federal Register notice doesn’t give specific dates
for when the new airports will join the program.
Run by U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Global Entry is
a trusted-traveler program that provides expedited U.S. entry to pre-screened
members. Entry into the program costs $100 for five years and includes TSA