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Airport Security / Holiday Travel #715262

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 26, 2002
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(Studio: Dan Rather) The expected increase in air travel this Thanksgiving reported.

(Atlanta Airport: Mark Strassmann) The Thanksgiving holiday as the first big test for the new federal airport security employees featured; details given of the banned items seized by screeners; scenes shown of inspectors at work. [Federal airport screener Steve TIPPO†- says people thank them for being there.] [Passenger Kenda BEEBE†- says she feels more secure with the screeners.] [Hartsfield Airport Federal Security director Willie WILLIAMS†- says security is increasing every day.] Possible weather-related delays for air travelers noted; satellite image shown. [PASSENGER – says she always expects delays at the airport.]

Rather, Dan;
Strassmann, Mark

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