Short-staffed TSA, airlines blamed for long lines at LAX

03/31/2005 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Officials at Los Angeles International Airport say they are unable to shorten long lines because airlines and the Transportation Security Administration are short-staffed, the Los Angeles Times reports. At a hearing before City Council members, airline officials said new technology will reduce the lines. A recent report said long lines are a grave terrorist threat and recommended finding ways to shorten them.

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