Air Transport World

US airlines.(North America report)(Brief Article)

US airlines will be required to provide the US Transportation Security Administration with one month's worth of PNR data under a notice of proposed rulemaking issued in Sept. Data will be used for testing TSA's Secure Flight program, the successor to the much-maligned CAPPS II.

Under Secure Flight, TSA will assume responsibility from airlines for comparing PNR data of domestic air passengers to "a greatly expanded list of known or suspected terrorists in the Terrorist Screening Center database. …

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