Report: Long customs lines cost U.S. $95B in lost spending

Long waits at customs entry points, which reach up to five hours at the busiest U.S. airports, could cost the U.S. $95 billion in travel spending over five years, according to a report by the U.S. Travel Association. The group says the government should hire 3,500 additional customs and border patrol officers, and also recommends the implementation of automated kiosks.

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