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(Studio) Studies on how much should be done to stop hijackers, and what should be done after skyjack, underway.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley
(NYC) Despite security precautions, hijacks continue. On Southern Airways flight 93 from La Guardia Airport New York City this morning, security greatly increase in response to latest skyjacking. Passengers not annoyed by inspections. American Airlines has tighter security than many. Eastern has had more security longer than most airlines. Price of security keeps going up. Although security tightening for all airlines, checking is still spotty. [Various passengers interviewed report different checking procedures. Passengers expect security precautions. Are usually worried when there is
- Utley, Garrick
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