Passengers, officials adapting to new security this summer

06/11/2010 | Aviation Daily

A TSA spokesman says it's "not business as usual" at U.S. airports this summer as both travelers and officials adapt to new security technologies and procedures. More passengers with more carry-on bags could mean longer lines, especially given the adjustments necessary with dozens of new full-body scanners at airports across the country. Among other changes for TSA personnel: greater use of behavioral detection specialists and 100% checks of passenger manifests on domestic flights.

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