Airlines walk a fine line on security procedures

11/23/2010 | TheStreet.com

Airlines find themselves caught between angry travelers and cautious security regulators amid mounting backlash over full-body scanners and invasive pat-down techniques. "TSA is responsible for aviation security [and] the airlines must rely on TSA and its risk assessment to determine the most effective security measures," says a spokesman for the Air Transport Association, adding that airlines are in "daily, sometimes multi-daily discussions with the TSA."

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