Starting today, passengers at Indianapolis airport can speed through the security checkpoint with a new Registered Traveler Program service from iQueue.
iQueue picks up where Clear left off when they went bankrupt, and is even offering previous Clear customers 6 months of free service when they enroll.
At the moment, iQueue is only available in Indianapolis, but they obviously have plans to expand the service to other airports.
My biggest concern with the return of these services is going to be fragmentation – The remnants of Clear were purchased last week, and the new owners plan to restart the service by fall 2010. The worst possible scenario will be having two or three different providers at different airports – requiring a separate membership for each one.
Membership in iQueue costs $149 for a year – and enrollment can be done on their site.