New TSA "Secure Flight" Rules Begin 11-1-10: 72 Hour Advance Registration To Fly

Secure Flight Passenger Data (SFPD) (from American Airlines website)

"As a result of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) mandate, beginning November 1, all passengers will be required to have Secure Flight Passenger Data (SFPD) in their reservation at least 72 hours prior to departure. This is the next phase in a program that was initiated by the TSA in 2009.

In compliance with this mandate you will be required to provide Secure Flight Passenger Data:

To purchase any ticket on or after September 15, 2010
To travel November 1, 2010, or later regardless of purchase date.
If you have reservations for travel on or after November 1, 2010, you need to provide your SFPD at least 72 hours prior to departure. You will not be able to travel without the TSA mandated Secure Flight Passenger Data in your reservation."
Last minute plans to jump on a plane and go somewhere, anywhere? Not so fast buddy. The NWO says you'll now need a minimum of three days advance notice before you will be 'allowed' to get on that plane. Note also, this is said to be just the "next phase". In other words, you ain't seen nuthin yet. Be informed.

compare: United, Continental To Merge, Form NWO Airlines 5-2-10 "The dark would-be lords of the earth will decide when, where, and if anyone may fly."


ABL said...

What will be required is:

1. Full name ( as it appears on passport of official documents)

2. Birth date

3. Gender.......That's it.

Entered into the database 72 hr before departure. Seek information from the airlines you book with. Nothing horrible except....don't be thinking you can "just leave" on a whim. As was mentioned, this is no doubt a warmup and getting sheeples prepared for herding.

ABL adds said...

I looked at this a bit more and it looks like the airlines submit their list of passengers to the government 72 hr before the flight departs. The passenger does nothing else new but show up with their photo ID.

As was mentioned,last minute flying could be a problem and for the most part business travelers and traveler bargain hunters seem to me to be the most likely to be impacted
Seems this would also cut into the "stand-by" option for travelers and as well hurt this last minute reservation business the airlines can benefit by.
The sheeples aren't being branded with a hot iron......yet

tom m. said...

Regardless of the relatively benign information required in this 'phase', it is government pre-clearance to board a plane. It's a dangerous precedent of control and loss of freedom.

Nothing good here.

ABL adds said...

Yes...no surprises.
It's all be laid out clear as a bell
in the Word. It will only keep getting worse. Only safety is IN Christ. Out there?..."control" out of chaos

Unknown said...

Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety. Benjamin Franklin