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More Than 1,000 TSA Employees Test Positive For COVID-19

Employees are now required to clean or change gloves between passenger interactions and wear face shields.
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TSA adds new coronavirus protections for screeners after whistleblower complaint

Starting later this month, TSA officers will be required to change their gloves more frequently and wear face shields when screening passengers.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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TSA implements changes amid pandemic following whistleblower complaint

The Transportation Security Administration has implemented a number of procedure changes to better protect employees and passengers against the coronavirus following a recent whistleblower complaint that raised concerns about how the agency was responding to the pandemic.
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Best Of The Web Nominees Vol. 1

Vote for the best video submitted by the community! We receive tons of submissions every day from the community of comedy creators across the world. We review as many as we can, and are very excited to start featuring some of our favorites as Best Of The Web Nominees for YOU, the audience (hi), to vote on. The winner will be crowned as a Best Of The Web Audience Pick (we’re extremely creative) and will receive lifelong glory, validation, immortality, fame, etc. etc. etc. But we need ...
Tags: Humor, Tsa, Patty, Mike Mildon, Josh Greenbaum, Tony Cohen, Malcolm Kelner, Best Of The WebFunny Or Die, Nominees Homeland Insecurity Set, Greater Inland National Airport, Patty WorthamCreated, Rob Shalhoub Rani Aliahmad, Josh GreenbaumDirected, Josh GreenbaumCo, Nadia MunlaWritten, Ben McMillanEdited


TSA screened 2.7 million people over holiday weekend

Airline travel over the July 4 weekend surged to new pandemic-era highs.
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Coronavirus Roundup: TSA Sees Major Uptick in Travelers; OSHA Sees Spike in Unsafe Working Condition Complaints

There's a lot to keep track of. Here’s today’s list of news updates and stories you may have missed.
Tags: Workforce, Tsa, Travelers, OSHA


The Coming Apocalypse for U.S. Airline Labor

Throughput at U.S. airport checkpoints, TSA figures show, is rising fast from its April lows. Twice last week, volumes topped 600,000, compared with fewer than 90,000 in mid-April. It's still a small fraction of what a typical June looks like, but people are indeed traveling more as summer begins. Green shoots, perhaps.
Tags: Travel, Tsa, U S Airline Labor


How Corporate Booking Tools Improve Global Business Travel

Corporate booking tools greatly improve global business travel processes for owners and employees. These booking tools—typically used by an upscale travel management company—provide simplistic, organized methods for businesses to book cheap airfare, hotels, or rental cars. As businesses continue to travel more for business conferences, meetings, seminars, and expositions, there is a growing need for reputable booking tools. Once purchased, there are numerous ways that these tools improve your ov...
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Main TSA checkpoint closed at Atlanta airport because of coronavirus case

The main security checkpoint at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport was closed on Wednesday after an employee tested positive for the coronavirus, according to the Transportation Security Administration.
Tags: Atlanta, Cnn, Tsa, Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport


America’s public bathrooms

Outdoor seating at restaurants and bars used to be a treat. Now, eating and drinking outside is just about the only way to stay (relatively) safe. There’s just one major problem: Restaurant and bar bathrooms are all still inside. Restaurants and bars across the United States have moved dining tables to the streets and parking lots. Cocktails and beer are now sold to-go, and sipping your drink while walking is about as common for some as bellying up to the bar once was. But stay outside long e...
Tags: Travel, New York Post, France, New York City, US, America, United States, Paris, Starbucks, Tsa, Zenith, All, Martin, Baldwin, Netherlands Germany, Public Bathrooms


Hollywood Burbank Airport to reopen Terminal B, which was closed due to coronavirus

Hollywood Burbank Airport is seen on Sunday, April 5, 2020. (Photo by Mike Meadows/Special to the Los Angeles Daily News) BURBANK — Operations that were temporarily grounded at the Hollywood Burbank Airport due to coronavirus will be taking off again this week as Terminal B reopens and valet parking service resumes. Airport officials on Monday announced that Terminal B — which closed on April 10 as a result of reduced passenger traffic from COVID-19 — will begin welcoming passengers again Thur...
Tags: Business, News, Airports, California News, Sport, Soccer, Alaska, Tsa, United, Jetblue, Transportation Security Administration, Southwest, Spirit Airlines, Burbank, Los Angeles Daily News, Hollywood Burbank Airport


Letters to the Editor: We didn't threaten TSA agents after 9/11. Why threaten health officials over masks?

When public health officials tell us to wear a mask to slow the spread of COVID-19, we should thank them, not threaten them.
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Coronavirus Roundup: TSA Goals Shaped by Pandemic; Senators Question Immigration Court Reopenings 

There's a lot to keep track of. Here’s today’s list of news updates and stories you may have missed.
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United States: TSA Seeking Sample Tribal Identification Cards To Streamline Validation Processes - Holland & Knight

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has sent a Dear Tribal Leader letter informing Indian Country that it is seeking samples of official tribal government issued identification cards to assist TSA.
Tags: News, United States, Holland, Tsa, Indian Country, Transportation Security Administration TSA


TSA Worsened Coronavirus Pandemic, Whistleblower Says

A federal watchdog has ordered an investigation into the Transportation Security Administration's response to COVID-19.
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Hawaii inter-island travel opens smoothly without quarantine

Yesterday, June 16, Hawaii inter-island travel opened without a quarantine. This reopening appears to have gone very smoothly. Along with this opening, new screening procedures were implemented. These new steps are: Passengers must complete and provide a mandatory traveler health form. You can download and review the form from health.hawaii.gov/travel. For efficiency, passengers are advised to download and complete the form prior to going to the airport, but no more than 24 hours prior. You ca...
Tags: Travel, Hawaii, Tsa, Big Island, Honolulu, Hawaii News Now, Coronavirus COVID 19


Should Your Brand Invest in TikTok?

Our most popular webinar of the last 12 months was by far “What Marketers Need to Know About TikTok,” and for good reason. New research shows that TikTok has leaped to third place among teens’ favorite social media apps, passing both Facebook and Twitter. Other evidence is also compelling. One of the entries I was asked to judge this year for the Shorty Awards was an impressive one from Chipotle on TikTok. They received 111,000 video replies to their #LidFlipChallenge in the first six days, r...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, UK, Instagram, Seo, Snapchat, Tsa, Forbes, Social Media Agency, Crocs, Facebook Google, Social Media Marketing Agency, Bytedance, Tiktok, TikTok for brands


Flying During These Unprecedented Times Of Coronavirus

I was not a pilot in the airline industry during and immediately following the 9/11 terrorist attacks. I was in the US Air Force stationed in Arizona and will never forget the events of that historic and tragic day. Globally, passenger travel was one of the hardest hit industries, just as we are experiencing today. I had many friends in the industry then and I have heard some wild stories about what flying was like that day, as well as during the subsequent weeks, months, and even years. It cha...
Tags: London, Congress, Cdc, China, New York City, US, NFL, Spotlight, United States, Editorials, Italy, Arizona, Aviation, Philadelphia, Tsa, College Football


Flights double at Southern California airports as summer travel season nears

Southern California airports — virtual ghost towns for more than three months due to stay-at-home orders sparked by the novel coronavirus pandemic — are slowly coming back to life, as airlines double and in some cases, triple the number of departures. While the climb from the more-than-90% drop is slow, airlines are building on consumer confidence, adding flights and boosting revenue as the industry goes after summer leisure travelers buoyed by the reopening of restaurants, hotels and national p...
Tags: News, Airports, Congress, California, Boston, New York City, Sport, Delta Airlines, Soccer, Airplanes, Long Beach, Associated Press, Tsa, Airlines, Houston, Oakland


TSA screens more than half a million for first time since pandemic hit

More than 500,000 people crossed through Transportation Security Administration checkpoints on Thursday, the first time the numbers have climbed above that mark since travel cratered this spring due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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United adds touchless check-in kiosks to airports across the U.S.

As Americans are ramping up to start traveling, amid a loosening of COVID-19 restrictions, United has announce the addition of 219 touchless check-in kiosks across the U.S. The new check-in option was one of a number of initiatives announced as part of the carrier’s CleanPlus strategy of addressing travel during the pandemic. When travelers scan their phone or a printed pass, the device will automatically print out luggage tags and boarding passes. The first systems rolled out in Orlando, Bos...
Tags: Health, Transportation, Tech, Chicago, Tsa, United, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Orlando Boston Dallas Fort Worth


United adds touchless check-in kiosks to airports across the US

As Americans are ramping up to start traveling amid a loosening of COVID-19 restrictions, United has announced the addition of 219 touchless check-in kiosks across the U.S. The new check-in option was one of a number of initiatives announced as part of the carrier’s CleanPlus strategy of addressing travel during the pandemic. When travelers scan their phone or a printed pass, the device will automatically print out luggage tags and boarding passes. The first systems rolled out in Orlando, Bos...
Tags: Health, Transportation, US, Tech, Chicago, Tsa, United, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Orlando Boston Dallas Fort Worth


Airlines drop service to 75 airports

US airlines taking government funding during the coronavirus pandemic had been required to maintain service to all their destinations. But airlines have been asking for exemptions from this requirement citing low passenger demand, and the Department of Transportation (DOT) has allowed 15 US airlines to drop their service to 75 airports. United and Delta airlines were approved to drop flights to 11 airports, Allegiant Air was allowed to stop service to six airports, and JetBlue, Alaska, Spirit...
Tags: Travel, Time, US, Sacramento, Delta, Portland, Philadelphia, Rochester, Tsa, Airlines, Columbus, United, Chattanooga, Alaska Airlines, Frontier, All


Why Trump has the FBI, ICE and TSA patrolling Washington

President Donald Trump's message of law and order has manifested itself in Washington, DC, in a way he's threatened to do in states but has not been able to achieve.
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Why Trump has the FBI, ICE and TSA patrolling Washington streets

President Donald Trump's message of law and order has manifested itself in Washington, DC, in a way he's threatened to do in states but has not been able to achieve.
Tags: Washington, Cnn, Fbi, Washington Dc, Tsa, Donald Trump, Trump


Lowkey Happy – Insecure Season 4, Episode 8 Recap

This post on Insecure is in partnership with HBO. As always, thoughts and opinions are my own. Face Plant – Lawrence is at a bar waiting, when Issa walks in playing her part as the stunning Lady in Red. Sis got her shoulders out and is looking FAHN AF. She sees him and walks towards him but face plants right in the middle of the place! LMAO because she is always awkward. It’s the type of fall that hurts your dignity more than your knees. Changes – When she finally gets up, Lawrence has her fave...
Tags: Hbo, Molly, San Francisco, Humor, Tsa, Calvin, Art Walk, Tv And Movies, Insecure, Black Love, Daniel, Lawrence, Kelli, Issa, Block Party, Issa Rae


China’s Airline Industry Is Capitalizing on the Pandemic

There is no doubt that airliners were the novel coronavirus pandemic’s main vector. Its first direct breakout into the world (and into the U.S.) was certainly from China, long before its lethality was understood. Epidemiologists have established that the virus was on the move in the central Chinese city of Wuhan by early December at the latest.Unfortunately, Wuhan’s significance in the planning of China's increasingly modernized and organized infrastructure made it the perfect place for an a...
Tags: Asia, Hong Kong, Europe, News, Australia, China, Singapore, America, European Union, Beijing, United States, Asia Pacific, United Kingdom, Delta, Tsa, Vietnam


What to Know About the New TSA Rules

As travel begins to slowly reopen, many of us are wondering what changes will be made to the check-in and boarding experience going forward. Last week, the Transportation Security Administration announced that there would be new rules and guidelines for all passengers traveling through airports in order to help…Read more...
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TSA changes security procedures in response to COVID-19

Keep your boarding pass and separate food, the TSA says.
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LAX asks travelers to take coronavirus precautions over Memorial Day weekend

LOS ANGELES — With Memorial Day Weekend arriving, one of the busiest travel times at Los Angeles International Airport, officials reminded people Friday to travel safely and that they must wear a mask at the airport due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. “The safety and security of our guests and employees has always been our first priority, and since the global pandemic began, Los Angeles World Airports has been working nonstop to update our policies, procedures and physical spaces to help preve...
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