Travel Company Surf Patch Released a Statement Regarding Security Breach Caught on Camera Questing Ability for Passengers to Fly Clear
Following an article about an airport security breach caught on camera, Surf Patch released a statement.
Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) December 07, 2012
On December 7, 2012, travel company Surf Patch released a statement following a CBS6 article by Scott Wise regarding an airport security breach caught on camera, questioning passengers ability to fly clear of dangers.
According to the CBS6 article, “A passenger at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport says he caught a blatant security breach on his cell phone camera.” The article stated that the passengers recorded on his iPhone, a woman throwing a bag over the fence to an airport worker.
According to air safety exert Brent Brown, “It’s obvious that they’re not concerned that security is going to be on top of them.” Brown also says that this event lets him know this is not the first time it happened. According to the article, “The worker was standing next to a Delta Air Lines luggage truck so Delta and airport officials say they are investigating the security breach.”
The article mentioned that TSA announced that perimeter security is not under their jurisdiction, however they are helping with the investigation.
Travel company Surf Patch showed there disappointment with the lack of security at the airport letting this happen and hindering passengers ability to fly clear. “A breach like this raises questions about how good security is at the airport, and also puts passengers well-being at risk,” says world traveler Takara Licausi. “Major changes need to occur in order to product passengers and tighten security.”
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