Little Rock Airport lines longer after 'improvements' | Arkansas Blog

Monday, March 12, 2012

Little Rock Airport lines longer after 'improvements'

Posted By on Mon, Mar 12, 2012 at 6:20 AM

My own experience agrees with Noel Oman's report in the Democrat-Gazette this morning about complaints that security checks take longer at Little Rock National Airport since the screening area was expanded, improved and full-body scanners were added.

Anecdotal observations: The line was long during a morning flight "wave" period because only one TSA agent was checking IDs against boarding passes. The full-body scanners take longer to negotiate and seem to trigger closer inspections more often than the old scanners.

Anybody else?

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