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AFL tightens security for flights to US

 

Dec 31, 2009 12:00:00 AM

A search room is being constructed at the Nadi International Airport transit lounge as Airport Fiji Limited beefs up security for passengers flying to the United States.

The move is in response to an alleged attempt by a 23-year-old Nigerian man to blow up a Delta Northwest Airlines flight from Amsterdam to the US City of Detroit on Christmas Day.

Following the incident, US aviation authorities directed that all inbound flights into the US should undergo tight security check.

AFL communications officer Pio Rokosuka confirmed that Air Pacific has three direct weekly flights to two US destinations.

“….We’re conducting a pat down search for all passengers at the boarding gate prior to boarding, concentrating on upper legs and torso,” Rokosuka told Fijilive.

“We’ve constructed a search room at the transit lounge where male and female passengers are searched separately using the pat down search system.

“We physically inspect 100 percent of all passengers’ accessible properties at the boarding gates with focus on syringes being transported along with powders and liquids.”

Air Pacific currently flies direct to Los Angeles on Tuesdays and Wednesday nights, and Honolulu on Friday nights.

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