Just a few weeks after rolling out its first Advanced Imaging Technology body-scanning machines, Boston Logan International has seen "an improvement [in security] without a decrease in the efficiency," according to George Naccara, the Transportation Security Administration's Federal Security Director for BOS. "There's no delay I can attribute to the machines," Naccara told ATW's Airports Today in a recent interview in his office. He added that fewer ...

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