Registered Traveler shoe scanner fails test, will no longer be used

10/10/2007 | USA Today · NYTimes.com

The ShoeScanner at Orlando International Airport in Florida, open only to travelers who paid a $100 annual Registered Traveler fee, will be shut down because it failed the latest test of its ability to find explosives hidden in shoes, according to the TSA. The TSA said the machines in Orlando, San Jose, Newark, San Francisco and New York's Kennedy must remain off.

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