Travel Company Surf Patch Released a Statement Regarding the Most Annoying Security Checkpoints to Try and Fly Clear Through

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Following an article on the most annoying checkpoints around airports in the United States, Surf Patch released a statement on the news.

On November 29, 2012, travel company Surf Patch released a statement following an NBC News article by Joe Yogurst, about the most annoying security checkpoints to try and fly clear through in the U.S.

According to the NBC News article, “Anyone who flies has suffered the agony of long security lines, intrusive X-ray scans or pat-downs, and confusing rules.” The article mentioned that Travel + Leisure surveyed the question, “Which airports incite the most frustration?”

The article states that airports built before the current security procedures, such as New York’s La Guardia Airport, are having trouble keeping up with the new procedures, causing problems for passengers. However, according to the article, airports such as Orlando MCO with new procedures and designs can also be a hassle for passengers.

According to the article, “LAX, which readers crowned as the airport with the most annoying security checkpoints, has its own homegrown challenge: celebrities.” The article states that celebrities at airports can become a hassle due to the ruckus they cause, and paparazzi following them. The article also states that, “Southern U.S. airports are especially prone to firearm seizures, with the most incidents at Atlanta Hartsfield–Jackson.”

Travel company Surf Patch understands how annoying it can be to fly clear of annoyances at some airports, and urges change to happen. World traveler Takara Licausi stated, “I am very aware of the hassles and annoyances at airports in this country. Agencies like TSA should be thinking of ways to better a passengers airport experience, and try and make a persons trip less of a struggle.”

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