Transportation Security Administration
So far this year, about 20,000 items have been left accidentally at security checkpoints at San Francisco International Airport, scooped by the Transportation Security Administration which must figure out to how to return them to the rightful owners.
A woman who snuck onto a plane at Mineta San Jose International Airport, flew to Los Angeles and was arrested shortly after said she “wouldn’t dare” do it again. One day after her release from jail, she reneged on her vow.
A woman who snuck onto a plane at Mineta San Jose International Airport and flew to Los Angeles says she wouldn’t dare to sneak on a plane again after pleading no contest Wednesday.
A woman who snuck onto a plane at Mineta San Jose International Airport and flew to Los Angeles on Monday has been released from jail.
Both the Transportation Security Administration and Mineta San Jose airport officials want to send a message that Monday’s successful stowaway excursion should not be considered a security breach.
TSA Investigators Review Video Surveillance Of Serial Stowaway Who Allegedly Snuck Onto San Jose-LAX Flight
Investigators with the Transportation Security Administration were looking at security camera footage from Mineta San Jose International Airport which purportedly shows a woman with no ticket or boarding pass sneaking through the security checkpoint and onto a plane headed for Los Angeles, according to a source.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is following up on reports that terrorists may try to target planes by turning cell phones into undetectable bombs.
After Teen Stowaway’s Flight From San Jose To Hawaii, Silicon Valley Startups Offer Airport Security Solutions
After a teen sneaked onto Mineta San Jose International Airport and stowed away on a flight to Hawaii last month, a Bay Area congressman is reaching out to a Silicon Valley startups for high-tech ways to improve airport security.
Bay Area Congressman Eric Swalwell says a teen stowaway who flew to Hawaii in a jet wheel well should never have been able to climb the San Jose International Airport fence undetected.
A few weeks before a 15-year-old boy stowed away in the wheel well of a flight from California to Hawaii, the U.S. Transportation Security Administration conducted a review of San Jose’s airport and found its perimeter to be in compliance with the agency’s security requirements.