The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is not consistently involving airlines when it reviews security directives at foreign airports, and its process for checking them is not transparent, a report from the US Government Accountability Office (GAO) has found. The TSA imposes and revises security directives or emergency amendments when vulnerabilities at foreign airports indicate an immediate need to address a security gap. While these directives are supposed ...

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