Ten Years After 9/11, Aviation Security Continues To Evolve
The ten-year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks is a fitting occasion to take stock of aviation security. Although there have been no similar attacks, some people say enhanced security comes at too great a cost, with passenger screening requirements leading to inconvenient, intrusive, and sometimes even humiliating treatment of innocent people. Others point out even the most stringent passenger screenings don’t address what’s in the cargo hold.
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