The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is disputing reports the agency is considering curbing passenger screening at more than 150 small- and medium-sized airports across the US. The reports allege a TSA working group is examining a proposal to save $115 million annually by cutting screening at airports serving aircraft with 60 or fewer seats. TSA spokesman Michael Bilello said the proposal amounted to an “exercise from a pre-decisional budget meeting,” and denied ...

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