Secure Flight gets closer to implementation

12/17/2008 | Travel Weekly

Airlines are still awaiting a start date and implementation details for TSA's Secure Flight program, which will transfer the burden of checking passenger names against terror watch lists to the government. TSA will require airlines to provide a full name, sex and birth date for all passengers, to be checked by the agency up to 72 hours before a flight. The program could be phased in beginning as early as next month, though key issues, including acceptable data formats, have not yet been finalized.

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