Following a successful trial run at ten U.S. airports (Related News – TSA Starts Additional Security Screening Procedures At Ten US Airports) and rollout at worldwide airports with U.S. bound flights, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced it will expand the enhanced security screening program to other domestic airports.
First reported in mid June (News Digest), American Airlines is partnering with Analogic Corporation and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to use Computed Tomography (CT) technology at airports worldwide for scanning carry-on baggages.
Today’s news digest incorporates features on Air Canada, Air India, American Airlines, Hainan Airlines, easyJet, SriLankan Airlines, SWISS Air Lines International, United Airlines, Auckland Airport, Montreal Pierre Trudeau International Airport, light rail transit, biometrics, Bombardier CS300, Airbus A320neo, Boeing 787.
In a new press release, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is trialling new screening procedures at selected United States airports. This may mean additional work for passengers travelling from these airports but may not increase time spent due to better screening efficiencies.