Monday, Dec 28th, 2009
Airports nationwide are ramping up security following the botched attack of a Detroit bound airliner on Christmas day.
The Transportation Security Administration imposed a series of new rules on Saturday that will likely lengthen travel time for passengers.
So far, the government has been vague about the new security measures, saying that it wanted security screenings to be “unpredictable.” Adding to the frustration, passengers will likely not find the same measures at every airport.
Meanwhile, some airlines have released detailed information on their newest restrictions, saying that passengers on international flights coming to the United States will apparently have to remain in their seats for the last hour of a flight, without any personal items on their laps.
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This article was posted: Monday, December 28, 2009 at 5:00 am