Airlines Giving Customers An Opportunity To Flyclear

By Greg Diener


Going on an airplane is something that for most Americans is a part of their daily job. It is almost required to go on flights to make big business trips around the globe. But if you talked to some people they would say going on an airline flight is something that does not provide any sort of joy. The concept of flyclear is something that these individuals feel is something of a joke. The current system of airline security has been something that people feel needs to be repaired.


Not too long ago, it was reported on the news that the Transportation Security Agency (TSA) is now investigating accusations of racial profiling at Logan International Airport in Boston. According to the alleged complaints 32 TSA officers revealed that the airport specifically target's individuals of African-American and Middle Eastern origin. The report centers on a system used at Logan which targets people who are believed to have some dubious activity, leading to an interview with the person at the security line before they get scanned by security.



Security is a matter that has to be solved now. The situation at Logan just gives a bad name for airport security more than it already has. Racial profiling is never something that should be tolerated and to see an airport use these practices makes many people distrust the way security at our airports is conducted. The question we should ask ourselves is "can we find a way that can help fix problems when we go through an airport security line?"

Thankfully for some passengers, some solutions may avoid the matter like the one at Logan. CLEAR is a program which allows a passenger to go through a security line by having all their biometrical results held onto a card, which allows them to go to the front of the security line. This is a program which offers a yearly fee to use the service, this is currently used at a few airports right now but should the program become more of success it may go to more airports in the future.

Airline security should be treated more like it needs to be a strategy which looks out for the protection of each and every visitor. Programs like CLEAR could go a long way into helping resolve the mistakes of airline security and make it better for passengers who might distrust going on a plane due to the circumstances at the security gate. It is my feeling we see more common sense solutions to security so we do not have complaints like the one that occurred at Logan.




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