No Unusual Delays Seen at Airports

Opt-Out Day is a 'non-event' so far
By John Johnson,  Newser Staff
Posted Nov 24, 2010 2:54 PM CST
No Unusual Delays Seen at Airports
Travelers wait to pass through a security checkpoint at Logan International Airport in Boston.   (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)

(Newser) – National Opt-Out Day doesn't seem to be wreaking havoc at the nation's airports. Lines are moving relatively smoothly so far, despite the call for a protest over full-body scans, report AP and CNN. Two protesters of note: a bikini-clad woman in Los Angeles and a guy in a Speedo in Salt Lake City. Beyond that, Opt-Out Day is a "non-event," says an AirTran spokesman. Click here for more.
(Read more airport security stories.)

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