Tag: Transportation Security Administration (TSA)

Air Premia joins TSA PreCheck program

Air Premia (CEO Yoo, Myung-sub and Moon, Bo-kook) announced its participation in the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) PreCheck program, effective March 28, 2024. The TSA PreCheck program expedites the security screening process at participating U.S. airports. Air Premia is joining the...

TSA detects 6,737 firearms at airport security checkpoints in 2023

During 2023, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) intercepted a total of 6,737 firearms at airport security checkpoints, preventing them from getting into the secure areas of the airport and onboard aircraft. Approximately 93% of these firearms were loaded. This total surpasses the pr...

Considerations around sustainability will have to be woven into route development planning, according to ASM (photo: courtesy of Copenhagen Airport).

TSA Trials Pangiam’s AI-Driven Solution to Improve Airport Threat Detection

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has selected transport security technologists Pangiam to demonstrate its artificial intelligence (AI)-driven accessible screening solution that has the potential to transform aviation security worldwide. Project DARTMOUTH, the collaboration between...

US face mask rules on flights dropped for Brits earlier than planned

By Julie Delahaye, mirror.co.uk Brits heading on USA holidays will no longer be required to wear face masks on flights, in airports and when using public transport, after the country did a U-turn on its face mask mandate. Previously, US face mask rules meant that coverings were required on ...

U.S. Airlines Endorse Temperature Screenings Conducted by TSA

Airlines for America (A4A), the industry trade organization for the leading U.S. airlines, announced that its member carriers are supporting the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to begin checking the temperature of the traveling public and customer-facing employees as long as necessary ...

TSA officer named Miami International Airport’s Employee of the Year

TSA officer named Miami International Airport’s Employee of the Year

On December 11, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Officer Deryck Manduley was named Miami International Airport’s 2019 Employee of the Year for de-escalating an agitated young passenger with special needs early this year so that he and his family would not miss their flight. In Jan...

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