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Stop dressing police and TSA like storm troopers

The closest that most Americans come to feeling the oppression of police is at TSA airport checkpoints. No one enjoys the experience.

TSA to eliminate freebies in Pre-Check lanes

TSA is scaling back its random selectees for pre-check. The goal is to, soon, only allow paid pre-check-screened passengers into the system.
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    Leaf peeping at the Biltmore, tips to save on flights, bait and switch airline advertising

Leaf peeping at the Biltmore, tips to save on flights, bait and switch airline advertising

Leaf-peeping and wine go together at Biltmore this fall

The Biltmore Estates is one of the best places to watch

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    9/11 security fee structure disregards federal law, imposes new taxes

9/11 security fee structure disregards federal law, imposes new taxes

The new TSA security fee is a steep increase and likely not properly imposed by TSA based on its authorizing law. The new fees also appear to be mostly a deficit reduction tax imposed solely on air travelers under the guise of a fee.
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    Airlines sue TSA, Delta retires 747s, comparing amenities across the pond

Airlines sue TSA, Delta retires 747s, comparing amenities across the pond

Airlines sue TSA over fee implementation, Delta to retire 747s, comparing amenities across the Atlantic

Airport security is a farce

Have you noticed TSA Pre-Check lines getting longer and longer? There is a reason for that.

TSA fees jump more than 100% today

Today TSA begins imposing higher security fees. One way fees jump from $2.50 to $5.60 for a nonstop and more for round trips.
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    TSA defies Congress, duns consumers with increased security fees

TSA defies Congress, duns consumers with increased security fees

TSA has decided to defy the will of Congress, airline consumers and the aviation community as it implements the collection of the recently increased 9/11 Security Fee.

3 additional rules for packing checked luggage defensively

Not only is packing defensively essential for air travelers due to government and airline liability standards, but due to the amount of electronic gear most air travelers take when away from home, rough treatment of checked and sometimes carry-on luggage, and airline luggage mishandling. Ned Levi discusses packing defensively to counter these problems.
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    New TSA videos at McCarran, Delta’s museum to get new aircraft, passengers won’t notice anything with new planes

New TSA videos at McCarran, Delta’s museum to get new aircraft, passengers won’t notice anything with new planes

New TSA videos at McCarran, Delta's museum to get new aircraft, passengers won't notice anything with new planes