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Right to jAAil? Kids Allegedly Left Overnight in “Jail-Like” Room at CLT

Originally scheduled to fly from Missouri to upstate New York with a layover in Charlotte, the boys found themselves in a bewildering situation as their flight faced delays and ultimately cancellation. This unexpected turn left Vencill’s partner, identified as Ted, with a concerning message from the airline, assuring the children would be placed in a “nice room for unaccompanied minors,” equipped with beds and a private bathroom.

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AI-Powered Employee Screening Trialed at DEN: Should it be Piloted for PreCheck Passengers, Too?

Denver International Airport (DEN) is stepping into the future of airport security, announcing a trial run of the HEXWAVE system for employee screening. This initiative comes amid a broader reassessment of the KCM program, and several recent disturbing incidents involving crew members.

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Airlines

Shocking Midflight Engine Shutdown Attempt: New Details Emerge

In our previous report, we reported on a shocking incident that unfolded on Horizon Air Flight 2059, a regional carrier for Alaska, during its journey from Everett (PAE) to San Francisco (SFO). Now, new details have emerged, shedding light on the harrowing events that took place on that fateful flight.

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