U.S. airlines decry overseas customs clearance

05/28/2014 | CBS News

Passengers flying to the U.S. from 16 airports around the world are pre-cleared by customs before leaving those countries, allowing them to step off their planes and bypass customs here, entering the airport just like domestic passengers. U.S. passenger airlines say the system gives foreign airlines a competitive edge because international travelers prefer to take advantage of shorter wait times at U.S. customs operations overseas.

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