Airlines object to House bill on cargo screening

01/8/2007 | USA Today

A House aviation security measure would require all cargo on passenger jetliners to be screened for explosives. Airlines say the rules would prevent them from carrying goods requiring fast delivery. The Air Transport Association has criticized the proposal and says carriers may cancel some routes if the routes can no longer carry cargo.

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