BWI promotes body scanners to primary screening status

06/8/2010 | Sun (Baltimore), The

Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport this week will become the latest U.S. airport to use advanced imaging technology for primary, rather than secondary, screening. The airport's four full-body scanners will be moved about five feet forward in the screening area to accommodate a greater flow of passengers, though officials declined to estimate what percentage of passengers might be directed to the machines. Passengers who object may still opt for a pat-down search.

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