IATA last month outlined a new, significantly different airport security checkpoint paradigm that calls for pre-screening passengers prior to issuing a boarding pass to divide them into three levels of risk classification and aims to enable them eventually to "walk uninterrupted" through an airport. Speaking at the organization's annual Global Media Day in Geneva, DG and CEO Giovanni Bisignani blasted current airport security, calling it "an incredible ...

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