SOURCE: Surf Patch
Following an article about a new plan set for the future of faster airport security clearance, Surf Patch responded with comments.
Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) December 31, 2012
On December 31, 2012, travel company Surf Patch responded to a Texoma article regarding a new plan for future airport security clearance to help passengers flyclear of checkpoints quicker.
According to the Texoma article, “The Transportation Safety Administration has launched a pilot program that lets average travelers hurry to their planes without having to remove their shoes or take liquids out of their carry on luggage.” The article states that the new program comes with some hurdles that may need to be cleared along the way.
According to the article, “Travelers must first get past a bomb sniffing dog and an agent who is specially trained to detect suspicious behavior.” The article mentions that the new program is called “Managed Inclusion” and is now being tested in two cities, Tampa and Indianapolis. The article says that the program is planned to be expanded to more and more airports next year.
Travel company, Surf Patch, applauds the new program for making it even quicker for passengers to flyclear of long-wait checkpoints and other security hassles. “This new program could help speed up the lines at security checkpoints, which is something all travelers can appreciate,” says world traveler Takara Licausi. “Hopefully the testing at Tampa and Indianapolis go smoothly and we can see this program in the near future.”
Surf Patch was founded in 2000 by a group of college students from UC Santa Barbara. We are a website made for travelers to share their travel experiences and favorite surfing spots. We offer a unique view on the most amazing places in the world. Surf Patch gives a laid-back, relaxing feel to the world of traveling and surfing. We spend most of our time traveling the world and experiencing new places to review and share with the world.
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