Poll: How Effective is the TSA?

Security checkpoint at Terminal 7 at JFK

By Karin Sun on 20 August 2014
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If you fly frequently, be it for business or leisure, you are well aware that waiting in line at TSA security checkpoints is an unavoidable part of the air travel experience.

Over the past year, the TSA has implemented numerous changes with an eye toward improving the airport screening process for passengers, including expanding the PreCheck trusted traveler program to international flights and airlines, as well as to more airports within the United States.  Even with these changes, many frequent flyers say more improvement is needed.

Based on your recent experiences at security checkpoints, how would you rate the job the TSA is doing?

After taking the poll, which runs through October 1 and which is being conducted by Frequent Business Traveler in partnership with FlyerTalk, the world’s largest online travel community, you will have the opportunity to subscribe to our weekly newsletter (free) and get a chance to win a piece of valuable airline memorabilia.

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