Secure Flight may cause airlines to deny boarding to some travelers

11/3/2010 | SecurityInfoWatch.com

Starting this month, passengers who do not provide the name that appears on their government-issued identification when they book a flight may be denied boarding. The goal of the requirement, which is part of the government's Secure Flight program, is to ensure that individuals listed on the no-fly list are unable to board commercial aircraft. The requirement was put in place in 2009 but has not been strictly enforced until this month.

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