If you fly, you may be noticing some random passengers getting a stream lines security treatment. The Transportation Security Administration is changing its checkpoint process a little.
Mistakes happen – but it’s far from comforting when they happen at the airport and when they concern security.
Police, Officials To Discuss Possible Security Improvements At Philadelphia Airport Following LAX Shooting
Chief Sullivan says while the department is well prepared to handle an “active shooter” or other emergency, it’s possible lessons learned from the shooting which left a TSA Officer dead, and three other victims wounded, could lead to changes here.
After he recovers from his own wounds, Paul Ciancia will go on trial for the murder of TSA agent Gerardo Hernandez. Attorney John Jordan will represent the defendant.
A New Jersey woman was arrested at Atlantic City International Airport Monday after a pair of brass knuckles were found in her carry-on bag.
Going home for Father’s Day with a present for dear old Dad? Here are some TSA regulations you might need to know.
The Christie Administration announced that FEMA Transitional Sheltering Assistance Program has been extended to April 5th.
Soon passengers will be allowed to board commercial airline flights with items that have been banned since the September 11th attacks. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has the details.
“I think it will help at the checkpoint from the standpoint that we won’t be focused on small items that could be a diversion for an actual significant threat,” TSA administrator John Pistole says.
The new rules will kick in April 25th. Knives can be up to 6 centimeters in length (2.36 inches) they can’t lock and can only be a half-inch wide. You still can’t carry on a bottle of water.
If you’re flying to see loved ones for the holidays, here are some things you need to remember if you’re bringing gifts with you.
Full flight operations were expected to resume Wednesday at Philadelphia International Airport following Hurricane Sandy.
Police say a gun belonging to a flight attendant was accidentally fired at Philadelphia International Airport on Sunday morning.
As the 11th anniversary of 9/11 approaches, last week’s U.S. Airways hoax was yet another reminder of how sensitive aviation security has become.
The Transportation Security Administration announced Friday that they intend to fire seven of their employees following the discovery of a bribery scandal at the Philadelphia International Airport.