These are confusing times for airline passengers when it comes to TSA. The government has made announcements and then backtracked twice in recent days. Can’t they make up their minds?
Is WiFi at National Parks needed? Can TSA technology used in the whole body scanners may work to make the Web better? Delta’s fight club — flight attendants square off at 37,000 feet.
Beware a new Delta ticket scam, 12 unusual hotels across the world, TSA wait times and security problems that are not being solved by the agency.
Seven great travel savings for everyone, a “right to walk” look at city sidewalks, and record gun confiscations were reported by TSA last year.
French consider subsidies for electric and hybrid cars. Record airline profits are on the horizon with no better passenger service. TSA reached 2 million passengers.
Travelers are understandably confused by recent news about the REAL ID Act and new ID requirements for passengers on domestic flights within the U.S. As of now, there is an extension keeping in place the current rules for another two years.
TSA ID flap solved ’till 2018. State licenses will be OK for TSA secutiry. Christopher Elliott makes his upgrade wishes for 2016. Free entrance at national parks on Martin Luther Kind Day.
Where does customs-and-immigration-control confiscated food go? During bumpy flights — Women pray, men drink. TSA pats down a 10-y.o. and raises questions.
Southwest extra customer service goes viral, 10 travel apps that travelers will actually use (I do), what the new TSA body-scanner rules will mean to travelers.
Ned Levi explores the health implications of TSA’s new protocol which allows them to refuse air travelers to opt-out of being scanned in their MMW wave full body scanners and instead be screened via an enhanced pat down.