Secure Flight program would put TSA in charge of identifying terrorists

11/2/2007 | Denver Post, The

The TSA, not airlines, would be responsible for checking passenger lists against a no-fly list of suspected terrorists under a program called Secure Flight. The program would require airlines to send passenger lists to the TSA 72 hours before flights' scheduled departures to give the agency time to check for matches to the no-fly list. DHS says the program, which could be rolled out early next year, would help solve some problems that currently plague the no-fly list.

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