What we’re reading: Take the Porsche shuttle, play Pong at traffic lights, Philadelphia gets Pre-Check


Driving a Porsche to your plane

If you find yourself making a connection in Atlanta and you have to go from one terminal to another, you can relax if you’re a top-tier Delta Air Lines member.

An airline agent greets you at the door of the plane, takes you down the employee stairs to the operations area, puts you in a Porsche parked by luggage carts and zips you over to your next flight. Up the jet-bridge stairs, bypassing the whole gate area, and you’re in your seat.

Video Of The Day: Playing Pong during traffic light wait

If you find yourself in Germany and waiting at a traffic light to cross the street, you may be challenged to a game of Pong, as the above video shows.

According to the video comments, the game might be just part of a project rather than a city-sanctioned installation, but it’s still pretty cool. I’d like to see Frogger at stoplights next.

TSA adds Philadelphia to expanding Pre-Check program

Philadelphia International Airport is the latest airport to get the TSA Pre-Check program.

Speaking at the Airports Council International-North America/World Conference and Exhibition in Calgary, TSA associate administrator for risk-based security, Doug Hofsass, said 2.7 million passengers have been screened via Pre-Check to date (ATW Daily News, March 7).

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