Keyword: Transportation Security Administration
From changes in TSA policy to new airline agreements, here’s the latest air travel news to watch from this week.
Travelers interested in applying for the Transportation Security Administration’s Precheck expedited security program may now do so at a new enrollment center in Rochester, Minnesota. Learn more here.
With the shutdown continuing to impact travel, the Superbowl in early February could be affected. Here's the latest.
The government shutdown is continuing to impact travel, with Delta warning of slower revenue growth in March and some U.S. airports continuing to warn of long wait times. Here's what you need to know.
As the government shutdown continues, high absences by TSA workers have forced some airports to close security checkpoints at certain terminals. Here’s the latest.
With the government shutdown reportedly causing long wait times at some airports, the American Society of Travel Advisors (ASTA) has weighed in on the potential long-term impact to the travel industry. More here.
A big new partnership for Delta and a new screening technology test in New York City lead this week’s news in air travel.
On June 30, just as a busy summer travel season is kicking off, new TSA rules regarding powders in carry-on bags are set to take effect on international flights to the United States. Here’s what you need to know.
While 27 states and Washington, D.C. have already complied with federal REAL ID standards, the grace period for meeting the new rules is set to expire. Learn more here.
From crowded airports to strikes and security delays, travelers hitting the road this Thanksgiving weekend will have a number of things to keep in mind to ensure smooth sailing. Here’s what you need to know.