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Marketplace.org

Facial scan technology makes debut in airports
Marketplace.org
The line to board one of British Airways' evening flights to London from Orlando International Airport was long. Nearly 250 passengers — some retirees, business people and families who had visited amusement parks — inched toward what looked like a ...
The problem of governments using facial recognition softwareMarketplace.org
CBP Advances Biometric Exit Mission as Orlando International Airport Becomes First US Airport to Commit to Facial ...CBP
Can an app solve long lines at US border checkpoints?Marketplace.org
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New York Times

Those Long Security Lines at Airports? They May Move Quicker Soon
New York Times
There is a glimmer of hope that the frustrating, slow airport security experience will get a little smoother over the next few years. In a partnership with American Airlines, the Transportation Security Administration introduced a new kind of machine ...
TSA testing 3D airport security scanners that allow travelers to leave liquids and electronics in carry-on bagsWLS-TV
Bomb-sniffing dogs helping reduce airport security waitsSFGate
2 Men Bring Loaded Guns To Reagan Airport: TSAPatch.com

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Express.co.uk

Kerala flood news: Latest flight status as Cochin Airport CLOSED - is India travel safe?
Express.co.uk
At the moment, the raging monsoon waters are threatening widespread catastrophe in Kerala, and people are being warned off travel. One of Kerala's main airports, the Cochin International Airport, is now closed, cutting off some access to Kerala's major ...
Kerala flood live: Crisis continues; thousands stranded; airport closed; death toll risesgulfnews.com

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People are using wheelchairs at airports to get through security faster
MarketWatch
In many cases, you are able to skip the security line at U.S. airports or, at the very least, roll through customs and security more easily, he said. Many disabilities and injuries are invisible, so it's difficult to distinguish between the mostly ...

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Telegraph.co.uk

Airports criticise proposals to stop them selling alcohol in the early morning
Telegraph.co.uk
A row has erupted after a report by the Institute of Alcohol Studies recommended applying the Licensing Act to airports, allowing time restrictions to be imposed. Airports accused the authors of pandering to the "vested interests" of Ryanair, which ...

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Business Insider

These are the 15 coolest things at airports around the world
Business Insider
Passengers can do more than just wait for their plane at airports; they can watch IMAX movies, explore jungles, check out aquariums, and even relax at a pool. Here are a collection of the coolest attractions found at airports around the world in ...

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Travel+Leisure

The Incredibly Annoying Prank to Watch Out for in Airports (Video)
Travel+Leisure
It's a dog-eat-dog world for travelers looking for a power outlet in an airport. And unfortunately, there are some twisted people on this planet that just want to cause chaos wherever they go. Travelers on Twitter have captured some of the most ...



USA TODAY

Frontier adds two Florida airports in 11-route expansion
USA TODAY
Frontier Airlines is adding the Florida city of Sarasota to its route map as part of a broader 11-route expansion that also will return the carrier to Fort Lauderdale. Frontier's flights from Sarasota (airport code SRQ) begin Dec. 10, when the “ultra ...
Frontier Airlines announces six new routes from Fort Myers, FloridaUSA TODAY
Frontier Airlines to begin service to Sarasota-ManateeSarasota Herald-Tribune

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Crosscut

Background checks give false sense of security at airports
Crosscut
The Sea-Tac airplane theft by Horizon Air employee Richard Russell is a lesson in our overreliance on background checks. A retired Horizon supervisor described Russell's as a well-liked quiet guy, telling The Seattle Times, “Everybody's stunned … that ...

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GCN.com

DHS agencies test airport biometric ID
GCN.com
The Traveler Verification System (TVS) can shave 15 minutes off of traditional manual methods of comparing passenger ID photos against larger databases, according to airports and airline partners where it is being tested. The system compares photos of ...

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