Whether or not you’re getting on a plane, you may soon be able to get in a TSA line—just to eat the pulled pork mac ‘n’ cheese at Iron Chef Michael Symon’s namesake restaurant in Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT). Thanks to a new programme starting in September, non-fliers will be allowed to roam beyond security at PIT as part of a test the airport developed with the Transportation Security Administration’s sign-off. Visitors who check in at a dedicated counter on the airport’s third-floor ticketing level and show a driver’s ...
This airport lets you get past security without a plane ticket
Anyone on the no-fly list will not be allowed and will still have to go through security procedures
Bloomberg Last Updated at August 30, 2017 22:45 IST