|Quoting Jetfuel (Reply 2):|
In the USA ID is again checked at the security point. There's no such check here and even if there was because visitors are allowed past the security screening point it would still enable an identity swap as there's also no check at boarding either... Considering we are all told that Australia is a terrorist target I am really wondering how safe it is to be flying here???
|Quoting Jetfuel (Thread starter):|
Even a known terrorist in Australia could simply travel on a different name.
|Quoting Kiwiandrew (Reply 3):|
surely if you , your hand luggage and your checked luggage all make it through xray/metal detector etc then you are not carrying anything that you shouldn't thus you cannot be a threat to the a/c even if they haven't positively ID'd you
|Quoting 777ER (Reply 6):|
If you have bags then your asked at the drop off bags desk for ID.
|Quoting Carpethead (Reply 7):|
Don't need ID for domestic travel in Japan either.
Just having a boarding pass will grant the traveler to go thru security at the airports.
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