In the year 2000, there were six security initiatives issued for air travel. From September 11, 2001, to January 2002, airlines were given 70 new security initiatives.

Among the most ubiquitous are more thorough security checks, repeated identification checks, limited carry-on luggage requirements, and tighter controls on potentially dangerous items that will be allowed on board. In addition, all airline personnel, including food service handlers, must undergo a criminal history backg

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