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Airport Security

News about airport security, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times.

Prototype

Plucked out of bankruptcy after a data security problem seven years ago, a firm called Clear uses biometrics — fingerprints, iris scans — to speed up passenger identification at airports.

By CLAIRE MARTIN

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Australia Tightens Airport Security, Saying Police Foiled Bomb Plot

The authorities said Sunday that they had disrupted a plan to set off a bomb on a plane, but they offered few details. Four men were arrested.

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No, Comic Books Are ‘Not a Security Threat,’ T.S.A. Says

United Airlines had mistakenly told travelers returning home from Comic-Con International in San Diego to remove comic books from their checked bags.

By MATT STEVENS

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Chicago Airport Security Officers to Shed ‘Police’ Label After United Airlines Dragging Episode

A report on the April treatment of Dr. David Dao says that new measures will limit the authority of Chicago’s airport security officers to board airplanes.

By MATT STEVENS

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Update

T.S.A. Testing 2 Technologies to Speed Airport Screening

The agency is trying three-dimensional bag screening and biometric fingerprint identification to make the security process faster.

By SHIVANI VORA

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A 20-Pound Lobster Impresses Airport Security, but It’s No Record Breaker

A passenger took the colossal crustacean through Boston Logan International Airport, but it was no match for Big Jake.

By MATTHEW HAAG

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Frugal Traveler

How to Survive Airport Security

No one enjoys the process. But here is list of pointers to help keep you sailing through security as efficiently as possible, and with minimal stress.

By LUCAS PETERSON

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T.S.A. Tests New Screening Procedures for Larger Electronics

The agency will require passengers at nearly a dozen airports to place electronic items larger than a cellphone in a separate bin for X-ray screening.

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Legal Marijuana Ends at Airport Security, Even if It’s Rarely Stopped

Because federal law takes precedence, flying in possession is barred. Enforcement, however, is not a priority for screeners.

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Itineraries

For Some Fliers, Electronics Ban Makes for a Bumpy Ride

While Persian Gulf carriers scramble to accommodate their most lucrative customers, business travelers worry about losing work time.

By MARTHA C. WHITE

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Devices Banned on Flights From 10 Countries Over ISIS Fears

The United States and Britain have restricted electronic devices larger than a cellphone being carried on some flights from majority-Muslim countries.

By RON NIXON, ADAM GOLDMAN and ERIC SCHMITT

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Itineraries

Which ‘Trusted Traveler’ Program Is Right for You?

Several fast check-in programs accommodate various domestic and international travelers, and even baseball fans.

By MICHELLE HIGGINS

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Meditation for Real Life

How to Be Mindful at Airport Security

Long, slow-moving lines don’t have to be a time for anxiety.

By DAVID GELLES

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Itineraries

Brace Yourself for a Busy Holiday Season at Airports

Capping a year of lower ticket prices and growing numbers of passengers, the holidays could make airports more crowded than ever. It pays to start planning ahead.

By MARTHA C. WHITE

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Egypt to Tender Retinal Scan System for Airport Security

Egypt will soon announce a tender for a new security system for Cairo Airport employees involving retinal scans, in an attempt to meet Russian conditions to resume flights to Egypt, Egyptian Aviation officials said on Sunday.

Flights Canceled, Delayed After Frankfurt Airport Security Breach

German police said a misunderstanding led to a security breach that prompted the evacuation of Frankfurt airport’s Terminal 1 and caused delays and flight cancellations at Europe’s fourth largest airport on Wednesday.

In Transit

How to Stay Safe at the Airport

Attacks on international airports and mass shootings have left passengers on edge, prompting panics at J.F.K. and L.A.X airports. Here is how to handle potentially dangerous incidents.

By SHIVANI VORA

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False Reports of Gunfire at J.F.K. Airport Offer a Real Case Study in Security

With no loss of life or serious injuries, the bizarre episode is being seen as something of a gift, giving officials a case study in airport security and the gaps within.

By MICHAEL WILSON and JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN

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From False Alarm to Panic: Inside Kennedy Airport’s Chaotic Night

Officials said there was no evidence that a report of gunfire at J.F.K. on Sunday night was a deliberate hoax. What followed, they said, was a sign of the times.

By MARC SANTORA

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On the Airport Security Beat

This Washington correspondent covering homeland security practically lives at the airport, and he shares your concerns.

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