Airlines for America (A4A) has called on the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to publicly release data on security screening checkpoint wait times at airports, and rejected the notion that airlines’ checked bag fees are to blame for extremely long security lines. Excessive checkpoint wait times at a number of major US airports—reportedly as long as three hours in some instances—have increased the calls for TSA to take steps to alleviate the problem. Airports ...

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