|Quoting Mir (Reply 4):|
waited in a security line that had one (1) metal detector for half the terminal
|Quoting JetJock22 (Reply 7):|
Keep in mind that DL has absolutely nothing to do with staffing the security checkpoints or the amount of metal detectors at a specific checpoint. That falls entirely on the TSA.
|Quoting RJpieces (Reply 8):|
What kind of security officers?
|Quoting Richierich (Reply 9):|
I agree, but DL should be working with the TSA to develop more space for them to operate
|Quoting JetJock22 (Reply 12):|
It all depends on who owns the space in the DL terminal that the TSA operates in. If it is owned by DL, then yes, they should work with the TSA. If it is owned by the Port Authority (which I expect is the case and DL just leases the space), then there is nothing DL can do about the space the TSA operates in. It is actually up to the airport in that instance to work with TSA.
|Quoting Richierich (Reply 13):|
I admit that I don't know who owns the TSA space at T3. I can only tell you that JetBlue has an expanded security area at T6 - granted, it looks kind of ad-hoc - but it works. Much like DL, JetBlue is operating from a terminal that was not designed to handle modern levels of security or the amount of passengers that are currently flowing through the metal detectors.