Acknowledging that passenger throughput at US airport security checkpoints has slowed slightly in recent months, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) head Peter Neffenger said he’s eager to collaborate with airlines and airports to test new, innovative security procedures. Neffenger, who took over as TSA administrator in July 2015, told the Aero Club of Washington DC that he’s talked with all of the major US airline CEOs and hopes to soon establish partnerships with the ...

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