Category: Transportation Security Administration

Thanksgiving Travel Tips and Advice

Be prepared for packed airports and skies The number of individual traveling by air is up this year which means you’ll need to pack your patience as we begin the busy Thanksgiving travel period in the United States. The Sunday after Thanksgiving is set to be the busiest day for air travel in the United […]

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Canadian NEXUS Members to Get US Security Fast-Track

Canadian Citizens with NEXUS eligible for TSA Pre✓ Check The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will include Canadian NEXUS members in the TSA Fast Track program known as TSA Pre✓. Canadian citizens traveling on domestic flights within the United States are eligible to participate in TSA Pre✓ starting November 15, 2012, if they are members of […]

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TSA Pre-Check at Newark and Washington Dulles

TSA Expands Pre Check at United’s Newark and Washington Hubs Shoes and belts off, laptops out, and your liquid baggie in a tray, and be sure to listen up for the rule de jour — unless you’ve been vetted and approved for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Pre-Check Program. United passengers who’ve been vetted and […]

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9 | 11 Memorial Eleven Years Later

Reflection at the World Trade Center Sight, Eleven years later September 11, 2012 – (Louisville, KY): Today marks 11 years since the terrorist attacks of 9/11 which destroyed The World Trade Center Towers and part of the Pentagon. The United States was rattled by the terrorist attacks. Over 3,000 people from all walks of life […]

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Choices for Faster Security at Washington DC Airports

Video Analytics Calculates Real-Time Wait-Times at Washington Dulles The United States Transportation Security Administration, or simply put, “The TSA”, has become part of the airport experience some travelers have become up close and personal with, whether it’s a full body scan or the hands-on pat-down. Aside from what may seem to be an overly invasive […]

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Ceremony Dedicates Maynard Jackson Intl Terminal

Business and Civics Leaders Gather for Dedication More than 1,100 guests gathered on the evening May 3, 2012, to dedicate the Maynard H. Jackson International Terminal, which will soon be the newest gateway to the world from the United States. Valerie Jackson, widow of the international terminal’s namesake, joined Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, Georgia Gov. […]

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TSA to Scan ID's and Travel Documents

Automated Travel Document Scanning Devices If you’re flying out of Washington Dulles (IAD), Houston Bush Intercontinental (IAH), or San Juan Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport (SJU), the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) may have an expensive treat (or trick) to dazzle you. The agency we’ve all grown to love, or for some, a love-hate relationship, is deploying […]

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American Eagle Jet Bound for NYC Diverted over Phones

American Eagle CRJ-700 Diverts Over Mobile Phone Scare American Airlines 4624, a CRJ-700 Regional Jet operated by American Eagle, was conducting a routine flight to New York on January 3rd when sometime just after 8pm (EST) a passenger discovered two cell phone in the lavatory of the aircraft.  Passengers were asked to identify their phones, […]

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