Column: Head to east checkpoint at Dulles for shorter lines

04/10/2013 | Greater Greater Washington (Washington, D.C.)

An analysis of wait times for security screening at Dulles International Airport near Washington, D.C., showed the east checkpoint generally had shorter wait times. "Especially with the real-time screens, you'd expect a lot of travelers to move toward the checkpoint with the shorter line, but apparently not enough do to keep the two balanced," writes columnist David Alpert.

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