Travel experience has been "forever changed" by 9/11

12/23/2009 | Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas)

Looking back on the past decade, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram notes that the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, "forever changed the airline industry and the way we travel." By last year, passenger numbers at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport still had not recovered to pre-9/11 levels, and those who are flying face a far different experience. "There's no question that there's more security at airports," says a DFW spokesman. "I think that's a good thing. People who fly understand that and have been very, very receptive and accepting of everything that is done to protect them."

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