O'Hare expects scanners within six months

12/30/2009 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

After more than a year of delays, aviation officials in Chicago say they expect to install full-body scanners at O'Hare International Airport within six months. Rosemarie Andolino, the city's aviation commissioner, stressed that plans to acquire the scanners were in place prior to the Christmas Day bombing attempt near Detroit.

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