8:48 am June 23, 2009, by Henry Unger
For some business travelers, it was a no-brainer. Pay an annual membership fee to breeze through airport security.
But now Clear, the company that operates the paid-security lanes at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, is shutting down after failing to reach a deal with its key creditor, AJC reporter Kelly Yamanouchi writes.
What do you think? Will your trip be a bigger hassle?
Airport spokesman John Kennedy says expanded checkpoints have improved the free security lines since last fall.
Is he right?
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