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Airline Flight # Gate Arriving From Time Status
American 2899 A1 Chicago-O'Hare 11:50 PM On Time
American 1276 A3 Dallas Ft. Worth 10:25 PM 10:19 PM
American 3254 A1 Miami 11:32 PM 11:25 PM
Delta 1978 B12 Atlanta 11:40 PM 11:28 PM
Delta 4909 B12 Boston 9:06 PM Arrived
Delta 5287 B14 Minn/St. Paul 10:40 PM 10:46 PM
JetBlue 1146 B9 Ft. Lauderdale 9:50 PM 9:35 PM
Southwest 3301 B13 Atlanta 10:40 PM 10:30 PM
United 1106 B3 Chicago-O'Hare 9:30 PM Arrived
United 4712 B2 Chicago-O'Hare 12:01 AM 11:55 PM
United 4330 B1 Houston 10:46 PM 10:40 PM
United 4130 B4 Newark 8:27 PM Arrived
United 4119 B2 Newark 10:18 PM 10:35 PM
United 6027 B2 Washington-IAD 10:36 PM 10:44 PM
US Airways 2086 A5 Charlotte 11:21 PM On Time
US Airways 4007 A8 New York-LGA 9:59 PM 11:21 PM
US Airways 3901 A7 Philadelphia 9:57 PM 9:58 PM
US Airways 4032 A8 Philadelphia 11:54 PM 12:44 AM


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Screening Checkpoint Hours – 4:30 am to 8:30 pm

TSA Guidance for Passengers Following Dec. 25 Incident

December 28, 2009

RICHMOND, Virginia (December 28, 2009) - On Dec. 25, 2009, an individual on board Northwest Airlines Flight 253 set off a device and was subdued by passengers and crew.

As a result of this incident, TSA has worked with airline and law enforcement authorities, as well as federal, state, local, and international partners to put additional security measures in place to ensure aviation security remains strong. Passengers traveling domestically and internationally to U.S. destinations may notice additional screening measures.

Q: What additional security measures is TSA taking domestically?
A: TSA has a layered approach to security that allows us to surge resources as needed on a daily basis. We have the ability to quickly implement additional screening measures including explosive detection canine teams, law enforcement officers, gate screening, behavior detection and other measures both seen and unseen. Passengers should not expect to see the same thing at every airport.

Q: What additional security measures are being taken for international flights to U.S. destinations?
A: TSA issued a directive for additional security measures to be implemented for last point of departure international flights to the United States. Passengers flying into the United States from abroad can expect to see additional security measures at international airports such as increased gate screening including pat-downs and bag searches. During flight, passengers will be asked to follow flight crew instructions, such as stowing personal items, turning off electronic equipment and remaining seated during certain portions of the flight.

Q: Do passengers need to do anything differently to prepare for checkpoint security procedures? Has anything changed in terms of what passengers can bring in their carry-on or checked bags?
A: At this time, security checkpoint requirements for passengers departing U.S. airports remain the same. Passengers do not need to do anything differently, but they may notice additional security measures at the airport.

Q: Should passengers plan to arrive at airports earlier than normal?
A: Passengers traveling within the United States should give themselves extra time to check in and proceed through the security checkpoint before their flight, especially during the busy holiday travel season. TSA advises that passengers traveling on international flights to U.S. destinations allow extra time for security and arrive an additional hour earlier.

Q. How long will these measures remain in place?
A: TSA will continuously review these measures to ensure the highest levels of security.

Visit TSA's web site for the most up-to-date information about these and other security guidelines.

Capital Region Airport Commission
Troy M. Bell, CM
Director - Marketing & Air Service Development/PIO