The plaintiff, a Lebanese-American, says he was barred from flying after refusing to become an F.B.I. informant.
Marilyn Hartman, a 69-year-old woman notorious for sneaking aboard flights, was arrested on Tuesday in Chicago. Her lawyer suggested that she was set off by a recent TV news report about her.
More than 6,000 employees of the Transportation Security Administration have contracted the coronavirus. Workers say lax safety measures have contributed to the spread.
Johnathon Lomeli was sentenced to 60 days in jail after he pleaded no contest to false imprisonment of a woman during a security screening at Los Angeles International Airport in June 2019.
Eastern Iowa Airport will ask a handful of short screening questions and take the temperature of each departing passenger.
Aditya Singh was arrested and charged with impersonation in a restricted area of the airport and theft of less than $500.
Commercial airlines have tracked an increase in checked weapons, and federal law enforcement raised fresh alarms about extremist plots.
An operative for the Qaeda branch in East Africa, known as Shabab, is accused of training as a pilot in the Philippines and researching how to hijack planes.
The men used fake paperwork to steal more than 4,000 Prada, Gucci and Chanel items from a cargo area at the airport, prosecutors say.
State residents had been barred from programs that speed travel amid a dispute over a New York law allowing undocumented immigrants to get driver’s licenses.
Tech, catering and design companies are rushing to sell employers on fever scanners, box lunches and office floor-planning apps for social distancing. But it’s too soon to tell if they will work.
New security and health policies at airports and on planes will make traveling this summer a bit stranger and, officials hope, safer.
There were 1,300 direct flights to 17 cities before President Trump’s travel restrictions. Since then, nearly 40,000 Americans and other authorized travelers have made the trip, some this past week and many with spotty screening.