|Quoting IAirAllie (Reply 2):|
They are responsible for checking ID and tickets. Correct me if I am wrong
|Quoting Ikramerica (Reply 4):|
The airport is the one checking IDs against tickets or itineraries. That's why they wear rent-a-cop uniforms, not TSA uniforms. And they did their job, because this guy likely showed the printed itinerary, on proper airline card stock, and his ID to security, and they matched!
|Quoting IAirAllie (Reply 5):|
The airport security personelle TSA, rent a cop whoever at the checkpoint is responsible for verifying that every person to pass through that checkpoint has a ticket.
|Quoting Whataboutme (Reply 6):|
So TSA should have seen no name on that paper ticket looking thing he had.
|Quoting Ikramerica (Reply 7):|
You know that for a fact? You know that the itinerary he had on AA card stock or printed on paper from AAs computer did not have his name? Funny, because I have had itineraries printed for me in the past with my name clearly at the top, both by AA and CO. I've also had some that didn't. So I'm not willing to claim his didn't have his name on it until I know more.
|Quoting Whataboutme (Reply 8):|
AA should not be the only one to get blamed for it.