TSA has proposed permitting air travelers to bring pocket knives, hockey sticks, lacrosse sticks, ski poles and other previously banned items into aircraft cabins. Aviation and law enforcement officials, and members of the flying public are loudly complaining almost solely about pocket knives. Ned Levi examines potential problems with the new policy which few are discussing.
Ned Levi tells his story of a United Airlines flight leaving Ministro Pistarini International Airport (EZE), in Buenos Aires, Argentina, for the US, and the trouble encountered at check-in, security, and gate rescreening. It’s a story of absurdity, surreal circumstances, crazy security, and airline officials gone mad.
During the holiday season, many who rarely travel take to the air to travel to be with family, and families take the chance to vacation while their children are on their winter holiday break from school. This week, Ned Levi has tips on what to do at home before going to the airport to get through TSA airport security during the busy holiday travel period.
This weekend we take a look at dealing with growing flight delays, moving through security faster (for a price) and work being done to detect shoe bombs and liquid bombs.
Many trips have some bumps in the road which need to be overcome. Many travelers can avoid mistakes which cause travel problems. Ned Levi lists seven problems travelers incur that can ruin their vacations and discusses how to avoid them.
How does de-icing work? Behind the Scenes @AmericanAir Another video put out by American Airlines to take you behind the scenes. In this installment, they explain how de-icing works.
America’s meanest airlines, USAir sees $1.5B synergy with AA merger, Nebraska Senator proposes air passenger fairness act
Ned Levi reports that for those who enroll in Global Entry, getting through CBP passport control and customs at Global Entry equipped airports is a breeze, and as TSA rolls out its “Precheck” program nationally, Global Entry members will find it far easier, and less time consuming to proceed through TSA airport security.