LAX Pulls Back From Registered Traveler Program

The director of Los Angeles International Airport on Tuesday said questions remain about whether the program's benefits outweigh the drawbacks. California's Daily Breeze reports that LAX's Lydia Kennard said that airport managers remain enthusiastic about Registered Traveler, but is concerned about the value of setting up such a program at an airport where security lines tend to be on the shorter side.

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