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TSA weighing pilot program to allow nonpassengers into airport

Federal security officials are considering a first-in-the-nation pilot program to let nonticketed people through security at Pittsburgh International Airport for the first time since the September 2001 terrorist attacks. Airport officials and western Pennsylvania’s Congressional delegation have pushed for the change for two years, which could become a model for other airports if it is approved, said JoAnn Jenny, spokeswoman for the Allegheny County Airport Authority, which runs the airport. “This is new, this is exciting because we’re basically rewriting the security directives in order to allow nonticketed passengers to go through security,” Jenny said. Full Story

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