Turn on your cell phone or you can forget flying. That’s the message from the TSA to international travelers. It’s part of a plan to tighten security for those coming into the US.
The bold actions of a teen prompts a nationwide look at our airports. He miraculously survived subzero temperatures in the wheel well of a jumbo jet from California to Hawaii, but questions are now being raised about how the teenager gained access to the airplane in the first place—and is enough being done to secure access around airports.
Holiday travel is still in full swing. One headache may be those security checkpoints. The TSA is expanding its pre-check service to include all airline passengers.
A staggering number of dangerous weapons are confiscated at BWI Marshall Airport every day. That problem is facing increased scrutiny after the recent murder of a TSA agent in Los Angeles.
Scary moments at a Jacksonville airport after a man tells security screeners he has a bomb. Now officials are saying the entire situation was a hoax and he is being held on a million dollars bond.
There’s good news for frequent flyers traveling through BWI-Marshall Airport. Getting through security may soon be a lot faster thanks to a new program the airport will take part in this year.
In addition to the children not having to remove their shoes when they go through security, there are alternatives to the child having to be patted down.
Officials at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport are showing off new security software intended to be less intrusive to passengers.
Starting this fall, the TSA will pre-screen some frequent fliers then provide them access to expedited security in the trusted traveler program.
An unattended bag at BWI-Marshall airport caused several delays on Friday.