Nearly 75% of fliers express satisfaction with current airport security measures, and 82% have no objection to full-body scanners, according to a survey by Travel Leaders. "While there are more precautions and procedures in place at airport security checkpoints, the majority of travelers appear to take these in stride as the 'new normal' for maintaining safety and security for all," said Travel Leaders President Roger Block. Eight out of 10 respondents said they would not alter their 2010 travel plans due to increased security.

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