Kate Hanni

Founder, FlyersRights.org

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Founder of the FlyersRights.org, formerly the Coalition for an Airline Passengers' Bill of Rights

Kate Hanni on KCRW

New threats to air travel have produced new strategies and technologies against explosives in shoes and carry-on liquids--even in underwear.

Aviation Security: Must TSA Touch My Junk to Keep Me Safe?

New threats to air travel have produced new strategies and technologies against explosives in shoes and carry-on liquids--even in underwear.

from Which Way, L.A.?

New threats to air travel have produced new strategies and technologies against explosives in shoes and carry-on liquids--even in underwear.

Aviation Security: Must TSA Touch My Junk to Keep Me Safe?

New threats to air travel have produced new strategies and technologies against explosives in shoes and carry-on liquids--even in underwear.

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Last week, The New York Times reported that "planeloads of passengers heard pilots blame the air traffic control system as they sat on the tarmac."

Plotting a Flight Plan for the 21st Century

Last week, The New York Times reported that "planeloads of passengers heard pilots blame the air traffic control system as they sat on the tarmac."

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