The NY Times had a pretty good article this weekend about how Delta is paying to hire people to help TSA with non security screening positions to help keep lines moving and in the case of Atlanta they paid to revamp one of the security checkpoints, which I can tell you having used it Memorial Day Weekend, it’s awesome. There’s five stations at each line for passengers to place their items in the security bins and the bins automatically get returned to each station when done, so there’s no more TSA agents having to get bins for passengers, and the belt … Continue reading Delta airlines helping TSA with reducing security waits
The airport in Brussels is to remain closed at least today and tomorrow, if you have flights booked be aware that most airlines are allowing you to cancel or change your flights free of charge and with full refunds, and some airlines have even extended that to flights in and out of other European airports including Amsterdam and Paris. Continue reading Brussels Airport Closed at least to Friday
US Customs and Border Patrol launched the Mobile Passport app a year ago at the Atlanta airport and expanded it to Miami at the start of this year. I downloaded it this spring before going to Morocco. When you download the app … Continue reading Mobile Passport….skip the line at the airport
Governor Cuomo has announced a $4 billion dollar plan to tear down and rebuild LaGuardia Airport, which Vice President Biden infamously (and accurately) described recently as a third world airport. Allegedly the whole project is going to be completed in … Continue reading LaGuardia Airport….is it worth even saving?