Authorities believe the stabbing of an airport officer was an “act of terrorism.”
Chicago's O'Hare International Airport was at the center of a PR nightmare after a man was dragged off a plane.
With a pending network overhaul and the fast-approaching emergency exercise, Pangborn Memorial Airport was driven to action.
After the summer rush, TSA may change up their security procedures.
Starting this summer in Minneapolis, Delta Air Lines will use facial recognition to speed up bag drops.
The Transportation Security Administration has laid out new framework to protect soft targets in airports as well as consider electronics ban on flights from Europe.
Passengers set to board a Spirit Airlines flight quickly gave into their air rage when the flight was cancelled.
Chicago is overhauling their aviation security protocols after the viral incident involving an overbooked United flight.
TSA recently ordered nine airlines to stop passengers from bringing most types of tech on board.
President Trump was expected to sign a reworked executive order on immigration, but the rollout has been delayed.
The American Civil Liberties Union says TSA agents’ use of “behavior detection” techniques leads to racial profiling.
A congressional report cites many gaps in security at airports around the country.
Terminal One at JFK International Airport had relied on a limited analog surveillance system and a separate, older IP system that were independent of each other.
A gunman opened fire, shooting at least 12 people and killing five of them.
Since 9/11, travel through the world’s busiest airports has changed dramatically. Security professionals are focused on extensive security investments to protect these “Soft Targets” from threats, including terrorist attacks, crime, theft and vandalism.
Evidence recovered from the scene of the crash lead experts to believe EgyptAir Flight 804 was most likely downed due to terrorism.
Signs at airports to inform travelers of ID requirements at security checkpoints
Police evacuated the Will Rodgers World Airport after reports of shots fired.
New “innovation lanes” will be installed at airports around the country to help speed up security for travelers.
Thailand has increase security at tourist spots and airports after reports of a bomb.
The recent disappearance of Egypt Air Flight MS804 on May 19 has once again highlighted the issues of insider threat at airports.
Earlier this month travelers at JFK Airport were delayed due to a security breach that ended up to be a crowd cheering on an Olympic athlete.
Military police in Rio de Janeiro are deploying a third more officers than originally planned for the Olympic Games.
According to Vaughn Glenn, a TSA agent and union representative in Detroit, only about half of Americans surveyed in a 2014 poll thought TSA screening makes air travel safer.
TSA plans to use computed-tomography to inspect carry-on bags.
Security checkpoints are some of the most publicly visible and heavily used components of today’s security infrastructure. Whether airports, stadiums, ports or border transit points, in many ways checkpoint technology is the linchpin for effectively protecting people and property.
41 died and more than 230 more were injured when three men open fired and set off explosives at a Turkish airport.
If Britain decides to leave the European Union, British airports may see a slump in security.
Shots were fired by an officers responding to a domestic dispute at Dallas Love Field Airport.
The Transportation Security Administration at airports around the country will be undergoing covert security tests over the summer.
The Transportation Security Administration has replaced the head of security after airports around the country have had difficulty with long checkpoint lines.
Airport security in the United States as increased after a flight from Paris to Cairo was downed in the Mediterranean Sea.
An EgyptAir flight carrying 66 passengers to Cairo from Paris suddenly disappeared from radar on May 19.
The US Department of Homeland Security has put forward a plan for the long airport security lines, but first they’ll need a little patience from passengers.
An Australian-based airline was forced to delay a flight after someone decided to take Wi-Fi naming to a threatening level.
The House has passed a bill to enhance aviation security overseas.
Belgian Transit Minister, Jacqueline Galant, resigned after it was leaked that she ignored found security lapses in the Brussels airport.
Passenger security can be a nightmare (Orlando, for example), but it’s nothing like the adventure your luggage will experience. In Quebec, luggage moves through six layers of security. One of the steps, if necessary, will be a manual search.
A hijacker attempted to take control of an EgyptAir plane on its way to Cairo.
In late March, a flight attendant was trying to board a plan with 70 pounds of cocaine. When she was stopped at a security checkpoint to be randomly screened, she took off running.