Tag Archives: TSA

Homeland Security sets Real ID travel deadline for 2018

WASHINGTON — Airline passengers will need more secure driver’s licenses called Real ID starting Jan. 22, 2018, if they want to use them as identification at airport checkpoints, the Department of Homeland Security announced Friday.

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New Technology Promises Airport Screening of Bags with Laptops and Liquids Inside

The day when travelers do not need to remove their laptops and bottles of shampoo from their carry-on bags has gotten a step closer this week, thanks to a new technology that has been approved for testing by the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA).

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Ohio Airport Debuts Self-Cleaning TSA Bins

Ohio’s Akron-Canton Airport has become the world’s first airport to utilize nanotechnology that provides more sanitary conditions for air travelers passing through Transportation Security Administration (TSA) checkpoints.

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Non-Travelers Will Now Be Able to Greet Family and Friends at This U.S. Airport

Want to greet a loved one at an airport’s gate with flowers and chocolate in hand? You may want to book travel through Pittsburgh International Airport.

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Pittsburgh airport to allow non-passengers in secured areas

Pittsburgh’s airport will soon become the first in the U.S since 9/11 to allow members of the public who don’t have a ticket into secured areas.

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