Travel Tip of the Day: LAX’s “Other” Security Line

LAXLAX’s “Other” Security Line
If there’s a long security line at LAX’s T2, scoot around the corner and take the not-so-visible elevator. Upstairs, there’s a secret way to bypass the long line: a TSA agent stationed up there checking IDs. When I discovered it myself, I said to the agent, “This sure beats waiting in the line below.” “It sure does,” he replied. “But hardly anyone knows about it.” Well, now you do.



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3 Comments on "Travel Tip of the Day: LAX’s “Other” Security Line"

  1. I’m definitely heading to this “other” security line next time I fly out of LAX. Thanks for the tip!

  2. Only1CasSandra (@Only1CasSandra) | October 22, 2013 at 11:05 am | Reply

    Are there any hidden gems at JFK?

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