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TSA Enhances Security, Keeps PreCheck Appeal

The U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) plans to enhance their security offerings while still giving PreCheck users their money’s worth. Part of the TSA’s security upgrades includes experimenting with additional segmentation…
Laptop Ban blog

FAA Urges Laptop Ban

The Federal Aviation Administration put out a statement this past Friday, October 20, 2017, urging aviation authorities around the world to ban large electronic devices like laptops from being transported in checked bags. The issue of…
Government Warning System

State Department Implements New Travel Warning System

Understanding the complexity, frequency of change, and overall challenges around staying up to date with potential impacts to our travelers’ safety, the U.S. State Department has launched a new travel warning system which is designed to…
Southwest Engine blog

After Tragedy, Southwest Airlines Has Completed Its Inspections

Safety concerns following the recent Southwest Airlines tragedy, in which an engine broke apart, shattering a window, and ultimately causing the death of the passenger seated by the window, roused the FAA to order new engine inspections.…
Duty of Care blog

Duty of Care

There have been many articles written and recommendations made about Duty of Care and Risk Management, but what really matters is how your company has addressed its obligation and what processes have been put in place to immediately respond…
Airport Security

What is the Future of Airport Security?

Whether it is the use of biometrics or simply the validation of your photo ID, we have summarized the new technologies under review at various airports to bring you the very latest on airport security and speed of boarding. TSA Pre-Check Just…