US flight? Passengers warned to expect delays thanks to NEW airport security measures

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Travellers travelling to America have been warned of more rigorous silver screen and tighter airport security. 

Travellers have been advised to appear at least three hours before their flight from tomorrow. 

This is when new leads will be introduced, involving thorough searches of electronic devices. 

The use of sniffer dogs at ones desire be increased and more security will be deployed around aircraft.

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US flights commitment be hit with new airport security meaures due to ongoing terrorism intelligence

Airlines eat also been instructed to ramp up explosive trace detection grade from tomorrow. 

They have been given 120 hours to comply with other security measures. 

If they don’t sufficiently search riders, the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will consider introducing new laptop condition rules. 

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US flights — new airport security measures will involve thorough searches of laptops

Terrorist groups continue to target traveller aircraft

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It said: «Terrorist groups with to target passenger aircraft, and we have seen a ‘spider web’ of threats to commercial aviation as anarchist pursue new attack methods.”

Tomorrow’s new mandatory measures have drop after the electronic device ban was lifted from all Middle Eastern airlines on light outs to the GETTY

US flights — security controls have been tightened at airport refuge as well as around aircraft

It argued the security measures will be “outrageously difficult” to implement at airports across the globe.

This, according to IATA, is due to a “need of availability of screening equipment technology and resources”.  

Higher controls partake of been revealed by John Kelly, Homeland Security Secretary for 208 airports in 105 provinces, affecting over 2,000 flights.

While UK airports don’t appear to be pretentious by the new rules as yet, all flights arriving in the US will be subject to tightened security.