The Transportation Security Administration on Friday extended a federal mask requirement for travelers on buses, trains, commercial flights, airports and across all transportation networks. The requirement was originally set to expire on May 11, but will now be in effect through September 13.
TSA Hiring 6,000 More Security Personnel Air travel saw a big dip after the holiday season, hitting its lowest point on January 26, when only 468,933 people passed through Transportation Security Administration (TSA) checkpoints around the country. That’s less that 29% of the numbers we saw back in 2020, which was still pre-pandemic. But since…
Before you agree to bring a family favorite food item to contribute to the Thanksgiving holiday table, it’s important to think about how you’re planning to transport it if you are flying.
TSA and CBP Announce Expansion of Preclearance Program Flying into the U.S. from abroad could soon get smoother and easier for many people. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced Tuesday they will invite new airports to participate in the Preclearance program for the first time since 2016. “Preclearance…
The Transportation Security Administration is testing out a new touch-less “self-service” technology that instantly matches a passenger with the photo on their ID. The system also confirms their flight information in near real time.
Air travelers left behind more than $926,000 in coins and cash at security checkpoints, based on the “Unclaimed Money at Airports in Fiscal Year 2019” report that was submitted to Congress. TSA’s 2019 grand total included nearly $19,000 in foreign currency as well.
The Transportation Security Administration is making changes to airport screening procedures to limit contact with passengers and agents as the peak summer season approaches in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.
April 26th marked the busiest day for air travel in the last three week. 128,875 travelers and crew passed through TSA checkpoints, about a 50% increase from the lowest point. However, that is still almost 95% down from a year ago.
StubHub refusing cash refunds, TSA numbers show 90% drop in passengers, some Wuhan residents testing positive after recovering, potlucks and speakeasies amid coronavirus outbreak and heroin prices going up.
Amazon eyes closed Sears stores for Whole Foods expansion – Has Amex Become The Least Transparent Lender Almost Overnight? – Norwegian Air 737 has been stuck in Iran for 4 weeks – Due to TSA absences, Miami airport will temporarily close one terminal early for 3 days
This is a list of news from around the web which I came across in the last few days. I found these articles interesting and somewhat related to the content you regularly see here at Danny the Deal Guru.
A 64-year-old Cleveland man is suing U.S. Customs and Border Protection after they strip-searched at an airport in October and took more than $58,000 in cash that he was carrying with him.