The holidays are already a busy and often frustrating time to fly. With the attempted terror attack on a Northwest Airlines flight from Amsterdam to Detroit, there are likely to be even more long lines and added security in the coming days.
Send us your feedback about what your travel experiences have been like since the attempted terror attack. If you have questions about changes in airport security, send them along as well and we’ll answer some of them on the air.
In the wake of what the government is calling a failed terrorism attempt on an inbound international flight, federal officials are saying security efforts at airports could take longer.
This comes on one of the busiest flying weekends of the year.
The TSA has tips on how to speed up the airport security process.
We'll be sharing these with you in the Newsroom.
Let us know your experience as you, or your loved ones, travel this weekend.
A passenger on a U.S.-bound flight Friday ignited a small explosive device in a move the White House called an attempted terrorist attack.
The President has instructed "that all appropriate measures be taken to increase security for air travel," White House spokesman Bill Burton told CNN.
If you're traveling by air today, have you noticed any changes with security? How long are the lines? What's the general mood of travelers?
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