New screening system in place at La Guardia

06/27/2008 | NYTimes.com · New York Daily News

New York's La Guardia Airport is the latest facility to use a Transportation Security Administration screening system that allows air travelers to separate themselves into three color-coded groups based on their familiarity with security procedures. The groups -- families with small children and those needing special assistance or new to flying, casual travelers familiar with checkpoint procedures, and expert travelers -- are designed to reduce stress and ease frustration. Twenty-four airports now offer the system.

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