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Air Passenger Opinions on Security Screening Procedures

Air Passenger Opinions on Security Screening Procedures

Air Passenger Opinions on Security Screening Procedures

June 2005

Table of Contents File Formats
Entire Newsletter
List of Tables
Table 1: Percent of adults in the U.S. departing from a domestic airport between November 2003 and December 2004
Table 2: Minutes reported spent in line waiting to go through security screening by selected demographics
Table 3: Percent of passengers reporting being selected for extended security screening
Table 4: Time spent (reported by passenger) in line waiting to go through security screening by non-demographic characteristics
Table 5: Distribution of travelers based on differences between expected and reported wait time at security screening
Table 6: Percent very satisfied or satisfied with overall experience at the passenger security check point by selected demographics
Table 7: Passenger satisfaction with time required to screen passenger and carry-on items
Table 8: Rating the thoroughness of the screening process
Table 9: Satisfaction with screener courtesy by selected demographics
Table 10: Level of knowledge regarding passenger screening procedures
Table 11: Sources for information about the airport passenger screening process
Table 12: Overall confidence levels in the ability of security screeners to keep air travel secure
List of Figures
Figure 1: Percent of Fliers Satisfied or Very Satisfied with their Overall Experience at Passenger Screening Checkpoints, by Sex and Age
Figure 2: Reported Wait Times and Satisfaction with Overall Experience, Screening Time, and Courtesy Level (minutes)
Updated: Saturday, May 20, 2017