New TSA Screening
Elderly passengers could soon fly a little easier.
The Transportation Security Administration is testing new screening rules for elderly passengers.
Starting Monday at four different airports, the TSA will allow passengers 75 years or older to leave their shoes and light outer wear on.
They will also be allotted multiple passes through scanning machines to address alarms before being subjected to a pat-down.
The trail procedure will be in Chicago, Denver, Portland and Orlando.
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