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March 31, 2007

TSA Screeners Fail 'Red Team' Tests At Denver International Airport

Agents Successfully Sneak Weapons Through 90 Percent Of The Time

Security screeners at Denver International Airport have some explaining to do. Last month,  Transportation Security Administration screeners failed to find simulated weapons and explosive materials carried through by undercover agents roughly nine times out of 10.

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DoubleDocker Air Bridge Collapses At DEN, No One Injured

United 757 A Bit Banged Up, Though

A recently-installed passenger walkway fell on the wing of a United Airlines airliner parked at gate B-22 at Denver International Airport Friday, damaging the Boeing 757 but causing no injuries.

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Southwest Airlines Considers Priority Seating... And Food!

Of Course, Passengers Would Pay Extra For Extras

If the idea of assigned seating onboard Southwest Airlines flights threw you for a loop when the airline first pitched the notion last year, you will likely have an equally difficult time contemplating the idea of onboard meals. Not peanuts -- real food.

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