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Travel TSA Floats the Idea of a New Security Line

01:15  10 august  2018
01:15  10 august  2018 Source:   cntraveler.com

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Earlier this month, news circulated that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) was considering removing passenger screening at national airports. The TSA shut that report down pretty quickly. Now, though, the TSA has hinted that it will make a big change to security—and dogs will be involved.

In a conversation with USA Today earlier this week, TSA chief David Pekoske said that he hopes to add more dogs to the agency's security measures in the next year. Passengers "swept" (read: sniffed) by the dogs would then be able to move through the security line faster, Pekoske said. These pre-sniffed passengers won't be shuffled into the PreCheck lane: instead, they'll get their own, where possible. (No word yet on just how you'll get selected by the dog.) Tests will begin in late fall and run through early 2019, Pekoske said.

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A Transportation Security Administration screener pointed him to the PreCheck line , where he waited behind a dozen It's always a good idea to check your airline's airport-specific page for any changes. What's happening here? The TSA has different requirements for passengers in each line .

The Transportation Security Administration also will move to accelerate the hiring of 768 new security officers it had planned to bring on during 2016 The union representing TSA officers called on Congress to pass emergency legislation funding the hiring of an additional 6,000 full-time screeners.

But back to PreCheck: What about all of those members who have paid $85 for expedited screening, when people will soon be able to pass through, free of charge, just having been sniffed? Pekoske said he can see why they'd be unhappy, but that the ultimate goal still remains for travelers to sign up for PreCheck. "That’s better security for us, and it ends up being better convenience for the passengers," he said.

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