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TABLE 2-2  Organizations at the Workshop on New Technologies for Passenger Screening




Air Transport Association of America (Washington, D.C.)

S. Rork

Airport Law Enforcement Agents Network (Dallas-Fort Worth Airport. Texas)

A. Dodson

American Association of Airport Executives (Alexandria, Va.)

A. Graser

Airports Council International North America (Washington, D.C.)

A. Graser

American Civil Liberties Union (Washington, D.C.)

D. Haines

Association of Flight Attendants (Washington, D.C.)

M. Leith

Aviation Consumer Action Project (Washington, D.C.)

G. Frankosky

ITS, a provider of airport security personnel and services (Cleveland, Ohio)

S. Dennison

Regional Airline Association (Washington, D.C.)

D. McElroy

Organizations invited but not attending:
Air Line Pilots Association, International
Allied Pilots Association
American Society of Travel Agents
Electronic Privacy Information Center
Families of Pan Am 103 Lockerbie
Victims of Pan Am 103


opinions of the participants should be used as a starting point for investigating concerns about specific technologies. In addition, these opinions may not be typical of opinions held by all professional associations, interest groups, or the public. A summary and analysis of the workshop are presented in chapter 8 of this report.

It was evident from discussions at the workshop that data is needed on public opinion regarding the implementation of passenger-screening technologies. Little is known even about public attitudes toward the implementation of current systems. Public opinion will certainly influence the successful deployment of new screening technologies. Therefore, it is important to determine potential public attitudes toward proposed screening technologies before implementation.


To address the issues outlined in the report, the Panel on Passenger Screening relied on the expertise of panel members and on input from various other sources. These sources included airport and air carrier personnel and organizations and individuals concerned with both the safe operation of aircraft and the interests of the traveling public.

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