Fewer passengers traveled through Orlando International Airport in Orlando, Fla., in the first seven months of 2013. Passenger traffic dipped 1.7% to 361,000 passengers when compared to the same time period in 2012.
The Transportation Security Administration demonstrated a new security program at Tampa International Airport in Florida this week. The "managed inclusion" program includes the use of four detection dogs. The TSA said the program was part of its transition to risk-based security.
Delta Air Lines travelers at Tampa International Airport in Florida have enjoyed the PreCheck program for security from the Transportation Security Administration, this feature says. In addition, the TSA has been testing a "managed inclusion" pilot program at the airport. "We have been evolving as an agency and looking for ways to move into risk-based security," said agency spokeswoman Sari Koshetz.
Richard Anderson, the CEO of Delta Air Lines, predicted 2013 will be a watershed year for the carrier. "With many of our competitors still focused on significant integration or restructuring efforts, 2013 is the year for Delta to advance its position around the world," he said in a letter to employees.