Entering the United States will be more laborious for international travelers who land in the country on hundreds of daily flights. The Americans, as announced by the US Department of Homeland Security in June and taking effect this Thursday (26/10), have adopted stricter security measures, such as conducting short passenger interviews, sniffer dogs, among others.
The airlines that land every day on American soil had to adapt to the new measures, cooperating with the government to make the process happen quickly and without causing great inconvenience to passengers.
The new measures had been announced a few months ago, when the United States was facing the controversial travel ban introduced by President Donald Trump in some Muslim countries, in addition to banning laptops in passenger cabins at selected Middle Eastern airports .
Source: Market & Events