Transportation Security Administration
An employee of the Federal Aviation Administration was arrested at LaGuardia Airport this week after he flew from Atlanta to New York with a gun in a carry-on, authorities told CBS News Friday.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey said Thursday that gun parts found in a passenger’s video game console at John F. Kennedy International Airport were not child’s play.
Transportation Security Administration officers confiscated a gun Wednesday from a 94-year-old man set to board a plane at LaGuardia Airport.
As the chaotic holiday travel season approaches, the agency wanted to remind the public what carry-on items were no-no’s.
Even after three security checks, a woman from Long Island was somehow able to get onto a plane at LaGuardia Airport with the wrong boarding pass.
A Delta Air Lines plane was ordered back to its gate at John F. Kennedy International Airport before takeoff Thursday night due to a security scare.
Vernon Lythcott of Brooklyn was arrested at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security was warning airlines Wednesday to be aware of new chatter about explosives placed in shoes.
At Newark Liberty International Airport Thursday night, there was even more chaos and confusion, with passengers stuck trying to clear security.
Newark Liberty International Airport is adding about two dozen bomb-sniffing dogs to beef up security during the Super Bowl.
Whether you are in New York or New Jersey, going to the game or not, there are road closures, mass transit changes and tighter security that is likely to affect you.
Paul Ciancia opened fire inside LAX, killing one TSA agent and wounding two others and a passenger before airport police shot him four times.
The report by the Government Accountability Office said the TSA investigated 9,600 cases of employee misconduct from 2010 through 2012.
TSA screeners spotted the loaded gun inside the man’s bag Tuesday morning and alerted Port Authority Police. The arrest did not impact operations at JFK.
A Long Island man stood accused Tuesday of impersonating a police officer, after he was caught with fake badges at John F. Kennedy International Airport.