Transportation Security Administration
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.
Showing a government-issued identification at a Transportation Security Administration checkpoint is a practice most travelers consider part of the flying experience. However, it is not mandated by federal law.
A new program being phased in at key airports across the country to speed up security lines was unveiled at San Francisco International Airport on Thursday.
Is the private company responsible for baggage screening at San Francisco International Airport covering up security breaches and retaliating against workers?
A company that offers faster access to airport security lines to customers announced plans to resume service at San Francisco International Airport.
A Montana man is being held without bail after authorities say he tried to bring four guns past a security checkpoint at Sacramento International Airport.
Federal transportation officials have removed two officers from screening duties at Sacramento International Airport after a metal detector was left unattended and five people were suspected of going through unscreened.
Federal agencies were working with Southwest Airlines on Thursday to determine who has been vandalizing their aircraft with mysterious markings.
The new software makes images generic and ends the need for agents to review the image.
Oakland Airport is the last of the Bay Area hubs to install full body scanners.