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Jul 27

Travel Security Update

Oh covfefe! The TSA is at it again. Airport officials noted that lines were moving too quickly, so the “security” agency announced new checkpoint rules, just to keep us on our toes. “Please Take Potential Explosives Out Of Your Bags…” Add your smaller electronics to the list of items that need to come out of …

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May 24

Airport Security Is About To Get Suckier

And it doesn’t even involve a laptop ban. In its infinite wisdom, the TSA is testing even more measures to make your travel experience miserable. Here are the details: Get Ready to Unpack…Everything   Because separating your liquids, gels, electronics, etc. just isn’t enough. The Wall Street Journal today that the TSA has been testing …

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May 21

TSA Security Circus

A trip to the airport has become a circus. And I mean that quite literally, as airports go to ridiculous lengths to soothe patient travelers in lines that have no reason to exist. As you deal with what has clearly become an intentional a TSA work slowdown (work-to-rule) in the hopes of pumping up the …

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Apr 07

Your days of pre-check may be ending. Secure your fast pass

Yesterday, the TSA announced that it would be ending, or at least severely cutting back, the program that allowed passengers who were not a part of the pre-check program to use the pre-check lane.  The TSA has made this threat before, but it has gotten enough publicity this time around that I believe it’s for …

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Sep 12

You can beat the long lines at security (but it may cost you)

In the Wall Street Journal today, travel columnist Scott McCartney wrote about American’s return to peak scheduling, where all the flights tend to come in during particular banks of times, as opposed to spacing them throughout the day.  By “banking” flights, American is making layovers shorter and connections more logical.  Mr. McCartney notes that it …

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