The terrorist bombings at airports in Brussels and Istanbul last year focused the global commercial aviation industry on a problem about which security experts have long warned: slow-moving gatherings of passengers in airports are a major risk. That means the standard passenger screening checkpoint that has become commonplace at airports since 9/11 is itself a potential security risk. Having passengers clustered together—particularly before any of them have gone through machines ...

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