The US Transportation Security Administration announced in conjunction with the US Air Transport Assn. and the Air Line Pilots Assn. union that a new crewmember screening system will be tested to determine if pilots, and potentially flight attendants, can be allowed to bypass traditional airport security checkpoints. Other organizations involved in the efforts include the Southwest Airline Pilots Assn. and the Coalition of Airline Pilots. ATA Senior VP-Safety, Security and Operations Tom ...

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