Indianapolis International Airport is scheduled to be the first U.S. airport to reopen Registered Traveler express security lanes on Aug. 16.
Registered Traveler lanes closed last summer when Verified Identify Pass, operator of the Clear fast lanes, ceased operations.
The Indianapolis lanes are being run by iQueue, a coalition of companies. IQueue is a partnership of Cogent, a vendor of fingerprint ID systems; Arinc, a transport communications provider; International RAM Associates, a security solutions provider; and Registered Traveler provider FLO Corp.
Cogent holds the contract with the airport, and FLO is the technology, sales and marketing provider to Cogent
Under the iQueue program, members pay a $169 annual membership fee for a biometric identity card that provides them expedited passage through airport security checkpoints.
Travelers can register at the Indianapolis airport on Aug. 2. Starting Monday, they also can register online at www.flyiqueue.com.