Airline chief blasts feds over security breach

01/4/2010 | National Public Radio

After 10 years of federal security enhancements to commercial aviation, airlines should expect "a better result than the peril that our crews and passengers faced on Christmas," according to Delta Air Lines CEO Richard Anderson. "To have this occur again is disappointing to all of us," Anderson told employees in a New Year's Eve phone message. "You can be certain we will make our points very clearly in Washington." In response, the TSA issued a statement outlining additional steps being taken, including multiple reviews of airline watch list policies. "TSA appreciates the cooperation and continuous dialogue with our airline partners," the statement said.

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