TSA: Airlines to inspect 75% of cargo

February 23, 2010 at 8:00 am

The U.S. Transportation Security Administration said airlines must screen at least 75 percent of cargo loaded in the United States by May 1, according to a message posted this week on the air cargo portion of its Web site.
   The new requirement is a sign that officials are concerned the industry has not taken enough voluntary measures to help meet the Aug. 1 mandate to screen all cargo on passenger planes. Link 

Source: American Shipper’s Florida Connection

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