A number of airlines operating to the US have indicated they will be implementing new security measures this week for US-bound flights. US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) spokesperson Mike England told ATW the measures are part of the continuing implementation of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) mandate, issued in June, requiring 180 airlines operating to the US to enhance security. The measures are part of DHS and TSA “efforts to raise the global ...

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