Chicago-based United Airlines has opened automated security screening lanes at its hub at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. The new lanes have launched at the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Pre-Check expedited security checkpoint at O’Hare, and allow five passengers at a time to fill bins to move through the screening process. If needed, a TSA officer screens items when flagged for further security checks. The system uses a conveyor belt to return empty ...

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