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  • With spring break approaching, what can travelers do to be prepared for airport checkpoint screening during a pandemic? TSA has shared these five tips to help travelers through their checkpoint journey and stay healthy and stay secure when going through the security screening process.

  • You can never lend too much consideration to safety—especially when it comes to mapping out and embarking on your group's next adventure.

  • Residents of certain states and territories will need a second form of identification to satisfy the Transportation Security Administration.

  • With groups beginning to travel again—now that the weather is warming up and the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel draws nearer—it's important to consider what has changed about the flying experience and what groups could now expect.

  • I was honored when Raymond "Bud" Geissler (SYTA Youth Foundation treasurer) and the Student & Youth Travel Association invited me to present at the 2014 SYTA Summit in Puerto Rico. According to TSA News, infringement of passengers' civil rights is one of the most controversial and unpleasant aspects of travel, and is extending to bus and train systems, as well. The Transportation Security Administration detains and conducts searches on citizens at bus and railroad stations, ferries, tunnels, ports, subways, truck weigh stations, rest areas, and special events. My presentation? Security Matters: 5 Must-Do Items.

  • Preparation is key to having a safe and successful trip.