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TSA sharper illnesses cover 10 percent over holiday weekends



David Koenig, The Associated Press

Publishes Monday 21 January 2019 10:20 AM EST

The percentage of TSA aircraft seeming to work has counted 10 percent as the partial government handover in the fifth week.

The Ferkear Security Manager said on Monday that the settlement of Sunday was compared to 3.1% at & # 39; the comparable Sunday a year ago.

The workers who feel passengers and their luggage are merging another's payer as the exit does not end this week. According to TSA, much of its financial hardness suggests that reporting is to work.

TSA says the national average waiting time in & # 39; an airport of & # 39; A check is in the normal 30 minute limit, but there are straight lines at some airports.

The Archdiocese has to replace extra fencing in Atlanta, LaGuardia Airport in New York, and Newark, New Jersey. A spokesman for TSA also says other airports will get an extra help.

Sunday afternoon 10 percent means that more than 3,000 airport screeners work. TSA has 51,000 screens, and a spokesperson says that 33,000 works are on a given day. That has refurbished the previous 8 percent whole on saturday.

With fewer screens, TSA closed one of & # 39; s security points & # 39; A weekend Baltimore / Washington airport kicks it off, but succeeded on a Monday afternoon by a plane spokesman.

A checkpoint in Houston's Bush Intercontinental Airport remained closed. A talk from the aircraft base said the lines are relatively short at the other six checkpoints.

TSA appeared the management of a whole sick-outkat if it could be expected. The bureau said that on Sunday it charged 1.78 million passengers, and only 6.9 percent – about 120,000 people – had to wait 15 minutes or longer to get through security.

No numbers were still available for Monday, but web sites or spiders for various major airports, including Dallas-Fort Worth and Chicago's # 39; Hair, reported normal security lines and a few issues. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, which was previously the longest line in the country in & # 39; last week, reports wait from 15 to 30 minutes at international checkpoints Monday. Los Angeles International Airport has most lines under 20 minutes.

TSA got some bad weather for a while: Storm in & # 39; Midwest and Northeast led airlines to earn more than 4,400 flights over the three-day weekend, causing the number of passengers to reduce the screen.

A few airports – San Francisco is the largest division of performance with government-approved private contractors, just TSA. A long-term turnaround and more TSA sicknesses can lead to other airports to go private, although this has not yet happened.

The Holiday for Honor Martin Luther King Jr. is not as busy to travel as many other three-day weekends. However, discomfort can become a crisis for the travel industry, the longer the drop goes – and there are a few signs of movement by President Donald Trump or congressional Democrats to break the standpoints on border curves that cause the shutdown.

"President-day weekend is much bigger, and then free break and Easter – they are really important," said Savanthi Syth, an airline analyst for Raymond James. President of the day is February 18, and Syth was the closing in & # 39; In the coming months, some passengers may cancel travel plans.


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