New technology at LAX hopes to get passengers through airport security quickly.
In 2018, travelers will see more changes to airport security.
The Transportation Security Administration announced Wednesday that it has been testing a new screening technology that can detect suicide vests in heavily populated “soft target” areas that lack official security screenings, such as subway stations.
Travelers in the gift-giving mood should keep in mind what is and isn’t allowed in carry-on and checked luggage before heading to the airport.
The Transportation Security Administration expects more than 2.4 million passengers per day to pass through their checkpoints nationwide as people travel in the days leading up to Thanksgiving.
According to Robert Hickey, aviation program manager within the Cyber Security Division of the DHS Science and Technology (S&T) Directorate, the hack was conducted last year on a 757 parked at the airport in Atlantic City, N.J.
This new credential authentication technology may speed up the TSA process and improve airport security.
New "security interviews" to begin for fliers on U.S. bound flights.
Dubai International Airport is replacing security checks with an aquarium. Yes, you read that right.
Now all electronics bigger than a cell phone must be placed in their own bin.
Doing business with the government—federal, state or even local—can be very difficult. The regulations, the paperwork, the unique needs and buying cycles are all tough requirements that have to be met. It can make for a complicated scene, but it’s also a vitally important business that can be financially rewarding despite the challenges.
Gerald R. Ford International Airport has received a total of $3.8 million for security upgrades.
A new, innovative screening process was unveiled, and the Transportation Security Administration, with the help of Clark County, just proposed a grant of more than $10 million for other security upgrades.
Events in recent history concerning attacks on transportation hubs have increased the importance of safeguarding airports around the world and further highlighted the need for accurate, reliable and smart security systems to protect aviation assets.
The environmental impact of air travel is no secret. While designing more fuel-efficient aircraft and other conservation measures to reduce CO2 emission are on the drawing boards, the real progress is happening in the greening of airport terminals around the country.
Pittsburgh International has been approved by the Transportation Security Administration to allow non-fliers regular access past its security gate, making the airport the first to do so since security measures increased after 9/11.
The Transportation Security Administration released a video on their YouTube channel explaining the layers of security that go into protecting an airport.
Airport security in Australia is seeing an increase after police arrested an Islamist-inspired terror cell that was plotting to blow up an aircraft.
Electronics bigger than a cell phone will be subject to added security on flights heading to the United States from Mexico.
In a video clip taken on-board a United Airlines flight, men seen wearing saying “police” dragged a man down the aisle of the plane.
A covert group was able to breach security 17 out of 18 times.
Airports are the nation’s most highly secured public facilities. Since Sept. 11, 2001, the federal government has spent billions of dollars protecting airports and planes.
The United States has unveiled enhanced security measures for flights to the country designed to prevent a laptop ban.
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