Paid security lines may not fly at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport

07/22/2009 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

A Virginia company has expressed interest in setting up paid security lines at major airports around the U.S.. However, improved procedures may prevent the initiative from ever getting off the ground at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport outside Atlanta. FLO Corp. managing partner Fred Fischer says his company seeks to cash in on the Registered Traveler program that allows pre-cleared fliers to zip through the airport check-in process. However, HJIA manager general manager Ben DeCosta doesn't see a need at his facility.

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