The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has officially extended its Jan. 22, 2018 deadline for the implementation of the REAL ID Act.
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The Transportation Security Administration will keep its checkpoints at 150 smaller airports, despite studying possibly eliminating them to save money, the head of the agency said Wednesday.
TSA Administrator David Pekoske told USA TODAY’s editorial board that the agency studied the idea of closing checkpoints as merely a budget exercise, but that the risks didn’t outweigh the potential benefits.
The Transportation Security Administration has created a new secret watch list to monitor people who may be targeted as potential threats at airport checkpoints simply because they have swatted away security screeners’ hands or otherwise appeared unruly.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) this month rolled out enhanced screening procedures for carry-on baggage nationwide, after testing the stronger security measures at select airports.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced that five new airlines will be added to the list of approved PreCheck carriers.
The new airlines are Air France, Brussels Airlines, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Philippine Airlines, and World Atlantic. With the additions, the TSA has now approved 47 total carriers for its PreCheck program.
President Trump released his proposed budget this week, a plan that included raising Transportation Security Administration fees for one-way tickets starting this spring.
The proposal calls for TSA fees, which mostly go toward airport operations, to go up $1, from $5.50 to $6.50, starting on Oct. 1. The proposed budget would then raise the fees again to $8.25 starting in 2020.