whole-body scanners

two emergency exit incidents, Senator urges airlines to seat families together, showdown at the TSA scanner

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Crandall’s view on merger, TSA laughing at body images, hangover recovery

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Are airport scanners nuking you, man wears 70 items of clothing, Air ticket price transparency in Canada

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This weekend we take time to look into one of TSA’s largest contractors being suspected of faking software tests to alter the performance of whole-body scanners. We take a close look at the costs of round-the-world travel and think about changes coming from a looming pilot shortage.

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LOT announces 787 routes, Manchester (UK) airport to remove whole-body scanners, US Airways fined $21,000 after accident

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New body scanners may be on the way, couple says Continental workers humiliated them, keeping butterflies safe at LAX

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Boston Logan upgrading to privacy enhanced body scanners Logan Airport will be upgrading its whole-body scanners that will display “Gumby-like” images rather than the more detailed images currently in use. BOS will end up swapping out all 25 of the airport’s Rapiscan Systems AIT units with L-3 Security ProVision AIT units by the fall. TSA […]

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Delta considers bid for oil refinery to control fuel costs, TSA not always using body scanners efficiently according to GSA, 12 injured when UA flight hits turbulence over Louisiana

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Jonathan Corbett, an pro-4th Amendment advocate and the first person in this country to sue the TSA for invasion of privacy, figured out how to go through TSA’s body scanner with a hand-sized metal object concealed in a side pocket of his shirt. He did it repeatedly and even sent the video to TSA for […]

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Airlines recruit chefs to make on-board meals, TSA to test airport scanner operators for radiation, where are all the LCCs?

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