Registered Traveler

June 11, 2012 - 10:00am
Cleared security program

As the revived Clear premium security line program opens at its third airport, San Francisco International, one of its co-founders admits progress in getting into other airports has proved slow.

The original Clear registered traveler program shut down abruptly in June 2009 after investors cut off funding.  In April 2010, Ken Cornick and Caryn Seidman-Becker bought the assets of Clear to revive the program.

May 21, 2012 - 1:10pm
Former TSA chief Kip Hawley

The U.S. aviation security system is broken because of an “unhealthy” separation between the traveling public and the Transportation Security Administration, according to former TSA chief Kip Hawley. “There’s always been some separation and disconnect when the public looks at security measures,” he said.

February 4, 2012 - 4:05am

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has approved a five-year extension of its partnership authorizing National Air Transportation Association Compliance Services (Natacs) to continue as a trusted fingerprint facility to process biological and biometric information for general aviation and commercial aviation worldwide.

June 10, 2011 - 10:57am

Congressman John Mica keeps ratcheting up his war against the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), which he shoulders the blame for creating in the aftermath of 9/11. And judging from anti-TSA sentiments at the recent National Air Transportation Association Air Charter Summit, he probably can enlist a lot of spearchuckers to help win the battle.

January 27, 2010 - 6:36am

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced January 13 that it is launching its General Aviation Airports Vulnerability Assessment as mandated by a congressional law.

October 3, 2007 - 11:29am

Business aviation may win a few more converts as a result of the most recent Transportation Security Administration (TSA) edict expanding the use of manual pat-down searches during “secondary” screening.

March 7, 2007 - 4:55am

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has released a revised Twelve-Five Standard Security Program (TFSSP), effective March 12. According to the National Air Transportation Association, the agency accepted “very few” of the recommendations the industry made, adding it is “disappointed with the TSA’s failure to correct serious concerns with the TFSSP.”

January 19, 2007 - 11:00am

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has released a revised Twelve-Five Standard Security Program (TFSSP), effective March 12. According to the National Air Transportation Association, the agency accepted “very few” of the recommendations made by the industry and said it is “disappointed with the TSA’s failure to correct serious concerns with the TFSSP.”

 
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