Orlando-Sanford Airport becomes 19th to Opt-out for Private Screeners

Well, it looks like the TSA has finally “allowed” the Orlando-Sanford International Airport to divest itself of federally-employed screeners, after a struggle that took more than 5 years and was infamously denied by the TSA back in 2011. Here’s what our government had to say: “The screening partnership program enables TSA to partner with qualified…

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Airports that have Opted Out of using TSA

These are the airports that have “opted out” of the use of the TSA for airport screening: San Francisco International (SFO), CA – 1183 aircraft operations/day Greater Rochester International (ROC), NY – 377 aircraft operations/day Charles M. Schulz-Sonoma County Airport (STS), CA – 350 aircraft operations/day Kansas City International (MCI), Missouri – 346 aircraft operations/day…

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