Travel Company Surf Patch Comments on USA Today Article Regarding Airports Needing Radical Change to Better Clear Airport Security

Travel company Surf Patch offers their comments on need for airport security changes in airports around the world.

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Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) November 09, 2012

On November 9, 2012, travel company Surf Patch commented on the importance of changes to help clear airport security, following a USA Today article by Scott Mayerowitz on the Radical change needed to airports worldwide.

According to the USA Today article, “Airport security needs to undergo a radical overhaul or else passengers will become further disgruntled, lines will grow and terminals will be overwhelmed.” According to Tony Tyler, director general and CEO of the International Air Transport Association, "We simply can't cope with the expected volume of passengers with the way things are today."

The article stated that Tyler predicts that by 2020 airports will be using a better security system which allows passengers to clear airport security without removing clothing, or taking items out of their luggage. John S. Pistole, head of the TSA, stated that if people are willing to give up a little more information, they will be able to have a much better airport security experience.

Travel company Surf Patch commented on the benefits of a better airport security system. World Traveler Takara Licausi stated, “As a frequent flier i understand how much of a hassle going through airport security can be at some airports. Finding a way to move people through security quicker and without removing clothing or items could make everyone's flying experience more pleasant.”

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