The Transportation Security Administration is "seeking the removal" of 12 workers for improperly screening checked luggage at Charlotte Douglas International Airport in North Carolina, the agency announced Friday.
A report detailing the death of a North Carolina teenager who stowed away in the wheel well of a US Airways flight has found there are not enough security officers at the Charlotte Douglas International Airport in Charlotte, North Carolina, one of the fastest growing airports in the country.
Many Americans planning holiday travel have expressed concern -- even outrage -- over the the Transportation Security Administration's use of full-body scanning and enhanced pat-downs, but a large number of fliers are likely to bypass both screening procedures.
Every week for more than a year of his travels, Jay Lenstrom, the chief executive of Chicago-based Radiate Group, got stuck for several hours at Charlotte Douglas International Airport in North Carolina. He tried to make the best of it.