5/17/2013

Airlines for America said the Department of Homeland Security should reconsider its plan for a customs preclearance facility in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. "DHS needs to focus its resources and U.S. taxpayer's dollars on fixing the long customs lines our passengers endure here in the U.S. first before considering opening preclearance facilities in other countries, particularly those that are not served by a single U.S. carrier," said A4A spokeswoman Katie Connell.

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