In an Oct. 2 address to the Travel Industry Association of America (TIA) Marketing Outlook Forum, in Atlanta, Carol B. Hallett, president and CEO of the Air Transport Association of America, reminded attendees that in 1996 the ATA had presented a comprehensive security plan to the White House Commission on Aviation Safety and Security following the TWA Flight 800 tragedy. In addition to the use of air marshals and bomb-sniffing dogs, the deployment of explosive-detection devices and ...

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