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With the holiday season around the corner, travelers are beginning to pack their bags, ship their presents, and purchase their plane tickets to spend these special days with family and loved ones. With the airports being at their busiest during this time of year, TSA and other airport security officials are upping security measures to ensure that travelers remain safe and nothing falls through the cracks with the massive groups of fliers coming in and out of the airport. With that in mind, TSA is testing a brand new security screening technique that is supposedly designed to detect threats such as hidden explosives and suicide vests. Currently, the testing for this new screening device is being held in Los Angeles, California--however, this special device also went through practice runs in the rails hubs of Washington.Read More
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Just recently, TSA updated their security protocols and are now requiring flyers to not only put their laptops through security screening but all of the electronics that they bring with them. With technology constantly advancing, TSA is working very hard to keep up with the trends in order to keep passengers safe from any type of threat. So, whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, be sure to put all your electronics in separate bins while you are waiting in the security line.

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When heading to the airport, it is essential to arrive 1 hour before your boarding time for a domestic flight and 2 hours before your boarding time when flying internationally. This is a common rule of thumb that all travels stick by. However, more and more we are noticing flyers arriving much early than required in order to beat the long lines at check-in and security. To remedy this issue, TSA’s new boss is ready to implement new screening technology in an effort to speed up security lines in airports all throughout the United States.Read More
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