The Transportation Security Administration has teamed up with American Airlines to test out new security checkpoint lines in Los Angeles and three other airports with the hope of cutting wait times by 30%.
By the fall, the TSA and American Airlines plan to open at least two new lines at each of the following airports: Los Angeles International Airport, Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and Miami International Airport.
The Fort Worth-based carrier is spending $5 million on the new checkpoints.
The new checkpoints are similar to two new TSA lanes designed and funded by Delta Air Lines in May in...
Flight schedules are back to normal at Los Angeles International Airport after a reservation system glitch Monday night delayed about 17 flights.