TSA screens more than 1 million passengers for four straight days, most most since March 15, 2020
The airport security agency is tasked with enforcing new CDC rules that require air travelers to wear face masks
Dallas Fort Worth and Reagan Washington National are the two airports where the trials are being conducted
For the first time since the start of the pandemic, volume topped one million travelers on Sunday, Oct. 18.
Technology coming to automated screening lanes in Atlanta, Minneapolis/St. Paul, LAX, LaGuardia and JFK this month
Agency says Friday was the busiest day for air travel since March, still only half of last year’s number
Delta invests in temporary new boarding procedures designed to lessen the risk of infection
Businesses are reeling from bans that have some employees jumping through hoops to get home
As Trump Administration moves manpower to southern borders, U.S. flyers stand to suffer the consequences
New rules could begin to affect travelers as early as next month
Nine additional international carriers now allow passengers a way to breeze through screening toward their long-haul flights from the U.S.