Aviation security policy,a major concern feels U.S. Travel Association President

Published on : Wednesday, December 4, 2013

us travel associationThe U.S. Travel Association President and CEO Roger Dow issued the following statement on House passage of the Aviation Security Stakeholder Participation Act (H.R. 1204):

 

“The formal establishment of the Aviation Security Advisory Committee is indicative of the federal government’s commitment to building aviation security policy upon the best and most thorough information available. Ultimately, every American is a stakeholder in aviation security, whether they travel frequently or not. I have every expectation that the recommendations this committee produces will be innovative, effective and actionable, because the panel will be comprised of informed contributors working toward a common goal.

 

“The Transportation Security Administration deserves tremendous credit for the work it has done already to base its policies on input from an abundance of good sources in both the public and private sectors. The passage of this bill is recognition by Congress of the importance of that, and as always, the travel community looks forward to contributing in any way we can.”

 

Source :- U.S. Travel Association

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