BA’s Broughton Questions Airport Security Checks, FT Reports

British Airways Chairman Martin Broughton said “one-size-fits-all” airport security checks aren’t “sensible” and called for checks to differentiate between types of passengers with the introduction of “security light” lanes for trusted, frequent travelers, the Financial Times reported, citing a speech given by Broughton to the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in London.

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