(WTNH) — More travelers flying into the U.S. are looking at stepped up security.
Changes you can expect to see include stricter screenings, more bomb sniffing dogs, and longer wait times.
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“Our enemies are adaptive and we have to be adaptive as well. Today is just a starting point,” stated U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly. “We are taking prudent steps to make aircraft secure and reduce insider threats.”