The Transportation Security Administration’s Secure Flight program, which was developed on a recommendation by the 9/11 Commission, went into effect November 1. Secure Flight turns over terrorist watch-list screening to the TSA and requires travelers to provide identification information when buying a ticket. Travelers must now provide the airline with their full name (as it appears on their ID), gender, date of birth, and redress number (if applicable) when buying a ticket. (A redress ...

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