A new report from U.S. Travel suggests many ways air travel could be streamlined—and calls on Congress for help.
Airlines should be required to allow passengers one checked bag as part of their base airfare. That’s one of the many recommendations U.S. Travel has come up with to make air travel less burdensome while improving security. And it is asking Congress to act on them now. The recommendations are part of a new report titled “A Better Way: Building a World Class System for Aviation Security,” which calls for a revamp the air travel security screening process. The current system is hurting the ...
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