El Paso wrestles with delays in wake of full-body scans

07/20/2010 | El Paso Times (Texas)

Travelers say security lines at El Paso International Airport have become significantly longer since full-body scanners became the primary screening method at all checkpoints. The scanners, which replaced metal detectors last month, take about 30 seconds to process each passenger, and security delays can stretch to 45 minutes, according to press reports.

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