Analysis: Midair incident shows system works well

Within moments after an Arab diplomat was reportedly approached by a flight attendant who smelled smoke in an aircraft lavatory on Wednesday, fighter jets had been scrambled, 4,900 flights put on alert and emergency crews mobilized at Denver International Airport. "From a counterterrorism standpoint, the system worked perfectly," said former TSA Administrator Kip Hawley.

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