Travelers use the automated screening lanes funded by American Airlines and installed by the Transportation Security Administration at Miami International Airport on October 24, 2017 in Miami, Florida. Joe Raedle/Getty Images/AFP
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Flying to the United States is about to get more inconvenient, all in the name of security.A spokeswoman for the Transportation Security Administration said the new steps would cover about 2,100 flights a day.The new procedures apply to all flights to the United States from other countries.Air France said it will provide questionnaires for all U.S.-bound passengers to fill out.WHAT SHOULD I DO?Delta Air Lines and Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific Airways are telling international travelers to arrive at the airport at least three hours before their flight to allow time for security screening. WHY NOW?Thursday was the 120-day deadline set when the Trump administration announced enhanced screening procedures for U.S.-bound flights.Transportation Security Administration says new measures include stricter security procedures in terminals and around planes.
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