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The paid security lines at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport are shutting down.

AJC staffer Kelly Yamanouchi is reporting that Clear, the company that has been operating those lines since last fall, failed to reach an agreement with a key creditor.

Clear members paid up to $199 for an annual membership and it’s unclear what will happen with that money.

After undergoing a background check, members could access special security lanes.

It’s also unclear what effect this will have on the free, regular security lanes. Airport spokesman John Kennedy said the shutdown should not impact the lines since checkpoints have been expanded at the airport.

We’ll see.

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