The United States will not disclose the user for airline security measures
WASHINGTON, June 30 — RIA Novosti, Tatyana Kalmykova. The US does not intend to disclose instructions given to the airlines due to new security measures, told RIA Novosti in the Ministry of internal security of the United States.
On Wednesday USA announced the introduction of new security measures concerning foreign passenger planes flying into the country from abroad. Measures apply to all foreign carriers operating in the United States. As explained by the Department of homeland security, enhanced measures to check passengers and their personal electronic devices for explosives will affect 180 airlines and more than two thousand flights arriving in the United States every day of the 280 airports in 105 countries.
In the night of Friday the Agency Reuters referring to the representative of the Ministry of internal security of the United States announced that airlines that do not meet the new security measures the United States may be fined or lose authorization to perform flights to the country.
“We do not publish the detailed instructions that we have provided to airlines”, — said the Agency.
A spokesman said the new rules “are airlines with direct flights to the United States.”
“Each of the notified airlines will have a period of time for change. We do not disclose the deadlines for security reasons”, — reported in the Ministry.