Survey: Screening remains a top pet peeve for travelers

11/17/2011 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A new survey found that airport security screening remains one of travelers' top five frustrations. Travelers said they disliked the wait in security lines, unfriendly Transportation Security Administration agents and removing their belts and shoes. However, 66% of the travelers participating in the survey reported that they are somewhat or very satisfied with the overall performance of the TSA. Only 54.6% of frequent fliers who participated said they were satisfied with the TSA.

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