The hallmarks of the air travel security system in the United States today—long lines, shoe removals, pat-downs, and so on—aren’t just an inconvenience, they’re also steering people away from air travel. In a new study of 1,000 people who had flown at least once in the past two years, nearly two out of three said they would fly more if security procedures were equally as effective as they are now but less intrusive and time consuming. The air security system has become an economic issue, ...

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