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137. IATA Opposes Proposed US Security Tax Hike
Passengers traveling from US airports currently pay a security fee of $2.50 per flight segment with a cap of $5 one-way and $10 per round trip. The proposal would raise the fee to $5 for all one-way trips and $10 per round trip. For the majority of passengers who do not connect or change flights during their journey, this represents a doubling of the charge. Furthermore, under the
138. Smiths Detection to Upgrade Security at Five Spanish Airports
Smiths Detections long-term Spanish distributor, TECOSA, has won a contract with Aena SME, S.A. worth over 128 million representing Smiths Detections largest ever single order for hold baggage security scanners. The ECAC Standard 3 approved explosives detection systems will be deployed in five international airports across Spain.
139. TSA Expands PreCheck Security Program to Houston and Los Angeles Airports
United Airlines has launched the Transportation Security Administrations (TSA) Pre✓ program at Houstons Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH), Terminal C South, and Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), Terminal 7.
140. Biometrics to play key role in Security Practices says Motorola
Biometrics to play key role in Security Practices says Motorola.
141. Air Astana Revises LHR Check-in and Security Procedures During London 2012
For the period of the London Olympic Games and London Paralympic Games, 14 July 2012 to 11 September 2012, Air Astana has revised its check-in and security procedures in place at London Heathrow. Check-in for all flights will open 3 hours before scheduled departure time and close 45 minutes prior to scheduled departure time.
142. Boeing Defense, Space & Security Appoints Jeff Shockey as VP Global Sales and Marketing
Boeing has appointed Jeff Shockey as Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing for its Defense, Space & Security unit, effective immediately. Shockey, who joined Boeing in 2016 as Vice President of Federal Affairs and International Policy, succeeds Tom Bell, who took a position at another company.
143. KLM to adjust Fuel and Security Surcharges
KLM to adjust Fuel and Security Surcharges.
144. Smiths Detection Enhances Security at Moscow Sheremetyevo Int. Airport
Smiths Detection has fulfilled an order from Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport for 91 advanced scanners. The security scanners are being used in the airports new passenger Terminal B and Cargo Complex LLC.

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