SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) - For the first time, travelers went through the new security checkpoint at the Burlington International Airport on Monday morning.
Two new security machines were in action for TSA precheck for the morning rush.
From now on when you go to the Burlington airport, you’ll head right to the new security checkpoint on the ground floor that attaches to gates 1 through 15. Previously, flyers would go to different security depending on their gate but now it’s streamlined into one process.
There are four CT machines, similar to X-rays. The new machines don’t require you to remove your laptop or travel-sized liquids. You put everything in a bin, including your luggage.
The goal is to streamline security and make the process quicker, but Chuck Woyat, Vermont’s TSA federal security director, said he still recommends arriving two hours before your flight.
“Always recommend two hours ahead of time, but please, right now while we’re in the middle of moving and getting everything situated around us, we’re learning new machines, we’re learning new spaces, those two hours will be important and also please bring your patience. We have all new things to do and the passengers are going to have to learn new processes, as well, leaving bags with laptops in them and liquids and gels in them instead of having to take them out-- they’re going to be learning new things as well,” Woyat said.
The project was paid for with a $19 million federal grant.
New security technology is being used in the Burlington international airport for the very first time.
New security checkpoint at Burlington airport aims to make things faster, safer
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A new, more convenient passenger security checkpoint is ready for operation at Burlington International Airport (BTV). The new checkpoint is designed to enhance the security checkpoint experience for travelers going through the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) security screening process.
The new, more modern checkpoint is part of a massive, $19 million Terminal Integration Project that was funded by a grant from the Federal Aviation Administration. The new checkpoint includes four new security screening lanes and was designed and constructed with input from TSA. The focus of the project is to Boost security, enhance the efficiency of the screening process and increase the passenger queuing area to support additional passenger throughput.
The four new screening lanes now contain state-of-the-art computed tomography (CT) scanners in the security checkpoint.
“CT technology uses a sophisticated algorithm to analyze the content of the bag and will allow TSA officers to rotate the image and ascertain that no threats are contained in the bag without needing to open the suitcase,” said Chuck Woyat, TSA’s Federal Security Director for Vermont. “Reducing the number of bags that need a visual inspection improves the security experience.”
TSA officers will start screening passengers at the new integrated security checkpoint on Tuesday, October 11 at 4:00 am.
When the CTs are in use, travelers do not need to remove electronics or travel-size liquids from carry-on luggage. The opening to the X-ray tunnel on a CT unit is slightly smaller than on a traditional X-ray unit, so TSA advises travelers not to force larger items into the tunnel, but instead, ask a TSA officer for assistance. TSA also recommends that larger carry-on items be checked with the airline. Another feature of the CT scanner system is every carry-on item must be placed in a bin for screening.
TSA officers at BTV are currently screening around 2,200 people a day, so the new security screening checkpoint comes just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday rush. Last year during the holiday, TSA officers screened up to 2,400 passengers a day.
SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) - The Burlington airport’s new TSA checkpoints opened last week for the first time to the public, part of $19 million in terminal upgrades. But has it streamlined security as intended?
It’s rush hour at the Burlington International Airport, as passengers line up to get screened for the eight Friday early morning flights to New York, Philadelphia, and Atlanta. Although there have been some reported growing pains at the new TSA checkpoint unveiled this week, airport officials say they were able to screen about 550 passengers Friday morning between 4 and 6 a.m.
“Extremely positive, I’m really excited to be here. Traveling through Colorado and many other airports, this has been a really amazing experience,” said Michelle Seville, a traveler from Colorado.
As part of the new Terminal Integration Project that opened this week, passengers all go through four TSA lanes in the same area.
Some travelers were surprised early Friday to see the line snaking out through the ticketing lobby. “I’ve never seen the line this long before, I’m shocked,” said Igor Melnik of Burlington.
Peak time hit around 5:20 a.m. But just 20 minutes later, the lines had eased. Most people we spoke to said it’s what they’d expect for the busiest time of day at the airport. “The line is a little bit longer than I would have expected but it seems like it’s moving very well,” said John Morris of Cincinnati.
“I was sort of expecting a long line Friday morning -- it’s going to be busy -- but it’s moving pretty good,” added traveler Anthony Canale.
Airport director Nic Longo stresses that any departing travelers should arrive at least two hours early.
TSA officials say the new configuration and equipment have gotten easier each day and they’re happy with passenger flow.
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Israeli authorities have arrested at least three Palestinians in connection to a deadly attack on an Israeli military checkpoint Saturday evening.
Israeli police are still conducting a manhunt for the suspected gunman in Saturday's attack, which killed an 18-year-old female soldier and left three others wounded. Israeli Defense Forces have identified the deceased soldier as Noa Lazar.
"Our hearts tonight are with the wounded and their families," said Prime Minister Yair Lapid. "Terrorism will not defeat us. We are also strong on this difficult evening."
"We will not be silent, and we will not rest until we bring the abominable killers to justice," he added.
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Tensions have risen in Israel and the West Bank in the days since the end of the Jewish Yom Kippur holiday. Four Palestinian teenagers have been killed in Israeli operations in the West Bank since Friday.
Two of the teenagers were killed during an exchange of fire with Israeli forces earlier Saturday. IDF soldiers reportedly surrounded a house in the West Bank in an effort to capture a member of the Islamic Jihad militant group. The Palestinian Health Ministry identified the dead as Mahmoud al-Sous, 18, and Ahmad Daraghmeh, 16.
Israel has occupied the West Bank since 1967.
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A soldier who was shot dead at an East Jerusalem checkpoint by a Palestinian gunman over the weekend was laid to rest on Monday night, as the manhunt for the suspect entered its third day.
Sgt. Noa Lazar, 18, was buried at a cemetery in Kfar Yona, near her central Israel hometown of Bat Hefer.
Hundreds of relatives and friends attended the late-night ceremony, which was closed to the press.
With Lazar’s grandparents abroad at the time of her killing, her family waited to hold the funeral until late Monday night, after the first day of the Sukkot holiday.
Among those who spoke at the funeral was Hagai Sin Itzik, the head of the Military Police’s Erez battalion, where Lazar served.
“Despite the challenges, you did not supply up on yourself, you quickly understood the importance of the job and carried it out seriously, with dedication and professionalism,” Itzik said in remarks obtained by the Ynet news site.
“We were impressed by your quick learning abilities and we grew to trust you. You managed to thwart terror attacks and thus contributed significantly to the security of the country and its citizens,” her commander continued.
“In just a short time you became a leading, significant and prominent figure in the unit. You were loved, surrounded by friends, full of joy and had a contagious laugh. Your special character influenced everyone.”
Friends and acquaintances of Lazar remembered the fallen soldier after waking up to the news of her death on Sunday morning.
“She was a wonderful girl, bright, smiling, funny, beautiful and so friendly,” recalled Lihi Avizohar, who knew Lazar from Scouts youth group activities in Bat Hefer, near the coastal city of Netanya.
Another friend wrote: “My beautiful angel, I can’t believe that I am writing this. I love you. You are my dearest partner, and my heart is crushed into a thousand pieces.”
Emek Hefer Regional Council head Galit Shaul commented on the “painful and difficult morning for Emek Hefer” and offered her support to Lazar’s family and friends.
Lazar was shot late Saturday night along with a civilian guard when a gunman opened fire at a checkpoint near the Shuafat refugee camp in East Jerusalem. The guard was hospitalized in serious condition. Lazar was rushed to the hospital but died of her wounds shortly after.
The suspected shooter was named by Hebrew-language media as Udai Tamimi, a 22-year-old resident of the refugee camp.
Israeli security forces were still searching for Tamimi Tuesday morning, with large numbers of police, troops and Shin Bet security service agents taking part. The suspect apparently managed to slip into the refugee camp after the killing, police said.
During the attack, Tamimi casually emerged from the passenger side of a white vehicle stopped at the checkpoint, walked up to a group of soldiers and opened fire from nearly point-blank range.
Video of the incident released Sunday showed two soldiers fall to the ground after the shooting, and the others dive for cover. The gunman is seen continuing to shoot at one person on the ground before fleeing, apparently after his gun jammed.
According to a report by the Ynet news site, an initial investigation found that the shooting took place just as soldiers were switching shifts, considered a tactical weak point at any checkpoint and requiring increased security. The incident is expected to lead to the dismissal of some of the commanders at the scene, Ynet reported.
Four individuals suspected of aiding in the shooting attack were arrested overnight Saturday-Sunday and were ordered to remain in custody until at least October 16 as the investigation continues, a police statement said.
According to Hebrew media reports, the suspect’s mother, father and brother have also been detained. The brother turned himself in for questioning by Israeli forces, as did the driver of the vehicle from which Tamimi emerged, Ynet reported. The driver and three other passengers of the vehicle denied knowledge of Tamimi’s intentions, Haaretz reported.
Access to the Shuafat refugee camp and other areas of East Jerusalem was heavily restricted amid the manhunt and forces who pushed into Shuafat on Sunday were confronted by dozens of Palestinians, who threw rocks and shot fireworks at troops, according to police and video from the scene.
Clashes resumed on Monday as forces appeared to focus efforts to locate Tamimi in the Shuafat area.
Saturday’s shooting came amid a surge in violence in the West Bank.
Israel has been carrying out nightly arrest raids across the West Bank since a spate of terror attacks against Israelis in the spring killed 19 people.
Israeli fire has killed more than 100 Palestinians during that time, making it the deadliest year in the territory since 2015. The Israeli military says the vast majority of those killed were members of terror groups or rioters who endangered soldiers.
Palestinian gunmen in latest months have targeted military posts, troops operating along the West Bank security barrier, Israeli settlements and civilians on the roads.
In arrest raids across the West Bank early Tuesday, 10 wanted Palestinians were arrested and several firearms were seized, the IDF said.
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In the city of Vasylivka, Zaporizhzhia Oblast, about 6000 cars are waiting at the checkpoint to leave for the territory controlled by Ukraine; people are spending more than 10 days living in their cars.
Source: Melitopol Mayor Ivan Fedorov, on air during the national joint 24/7 newscast
Quote: "As of this morning, there were 6000 cars in Vasylivka (this is the only city that connects the temporarily occupied territory to the territory controlled by the government of Ukraine [of Zaporizhzhia Oblast - ed.]).
The Russians are taunting our people, because this morning they let about 100 cars go through to the last checkpoint. People were crying with happiness that they might soon be in Zaporizhzhia [city], but right on the so-called ‘plate’, they turned them around and said that Saturday and Sunday are days off, and they continue to taunt our people."
Details: Fedorov added that people have been living in their cars for more than 10 days and cannot leave for Zaporizhzhia.
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JERUSALEM -- A Palestinian opened fire Saturday on an Israeli military checkpoint in east Jerusalem, killing a female Israeli soldier and wounding three other people, Israeli authorities said.
The shooting occurred at a checkpoint near the Shuafat refugee camp in east Jerusalem. Police said the assailant got out of a car and opened fire, seriously wounding the female soldier and a security guard before running into the camp. The army announced later that the woman, who was 19, died.
Police said two members of the paramilitary border police unit were lightly wounded by shrapnel.
Law enforcement announced it arrested one person on suspicion of involvement in the attack, but were continuing the manhunt, with special forces and a helicopter involved in the search.
"Our hearts tonight are with the wounded and their families," said Prime Minister Yair Lapid. "Terrorism will not defeat us."
The checkpoint shooting came less than 24 hours before Israel was to begin celebrating the weeklong Sukkot holiday, a time when tens of thousands of Jews visit the holy city.
Earlier Saturday, the Israeli military shot and killed two Palestinian teens during an arrest raid in the Jenin refugee camp, the site of repeated clashes between Israeli forces and local gunmen and residents. The camp is known as a stronghold of Palestinian militants.
In videos circulated on social media, exchanges of gunfire could be heard. The Palestinian Health Ministry reported two dead and 11 wounded, three of them critically.
The Palestinian Health Ministry identified the dead as Mahmoud al-Sous, 18, and Ahmad Daraghmeh, 16.
The Israeli military announced it had arrested a 25-year-old operative from the Islamic Jihad militant group who has previously been imprisoned by Israel. The ministry stated that the man had recently been involved in shooting attacks on Israeli soldiers.
Israeli forces reported that soldiers opened fire during the raid when dozens of Palestinians hurled explosives and opened fire.
"Hits were identified," the statement read, giving no further details.
Just before noon, the Israeli forces appeared to withdraw from the area.
The fatal military raid occurred a day after two Palestinian teenagers, ages 14 and 17, were killed by Israeli fire in separate incidents elsewhere in the occupied West Bank.
Rights groups accuse Israeli forces of using excessive force in their dealings with the Palestinians, without being held accountable. The Israeli military claims it opens fire only in life-threatening situations.
Israel has been operating throughout the territory, especially in the northern West Bank, since a spate of deadly attacks in Israel last spring. Some of the attacks were carried out by Palestinian assailants from the area.
The last round of substantive Israeli-Palestinian peace talks ended in 2009.
Most of those killed are said by Israel to have been militants. But local youths protesting the incursions as well as some civilians have also been killed in the violence.
Hundreds have been rounded up, with many placed in so-called administrative detention, which allows Israel to hold them without trial or charge. More than 100 Palestinians have been killed in the fighting this year.
The violence is also fueled by anger among young Palestinians over the tight security coordination between Israel and the internationally backed Palestinian Authority, which work together to apprehend militants.
Israel captured the West Bank in the 1967 Mideast war and 500,000 Jewish settlers now live in some 130 settlements and other outposts among nearly 3 million Palestinians. The Palestinians want that territory, along with east Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip, for their future state.
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Global Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Market Research Report 2022, Forecast to 2027
1 Market Study Overview
1.1 Study Objectives
1.2 Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Introduce
1.3 Combined with the Analysis of Macroeconomic Indicators
1.4 Brief Description of Research methods
1.5 Market Breakdown and Data Triangulation
2 Global Trend Summary
2.1 Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Segment by Type
2.1.1 PD-1 Inhibitors
2.1.2 PD-L1 Inhibitors
2.1.3 CTLA-4 Inhibitors
2.2 Market Analysis by Application
2.2.1 Melanoma Treatment
2.2.2 Bladder Cancer Treatment
2.3 Global Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Market Comparison by Regions (2017-2027)
2.3.1 Global Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Market Size (2017-2027)
2.3.2 North America Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Status and Prospect (2017-2027)
2.3.3 Europe Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Status and Prospect (2017-2027)
2.3.4 China Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Status and Prospect (2017-2027)
2.3.5 Japan Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Status and Prospect (2017-2027)
2.3.6 Southeast Asia Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Status and Prospect (2017-2027)
2.4 Basic Product Information
2.4.1 Basic Product Information and Technology Development History
2.4.2 Product Manufacturing Process
2.4.3 Interview with Major Market Participants
2.4.4 High-end Market Analysis and Forecast
2.5 Coronavirus Disease 2019 (Covid-19): Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Industry Impact
2.5.1 Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Business Impact Assessment - Covid-19
2.5.2 Market Trends and Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Potential Opportunities in the COVID-19 Landscape
2.5.3 Measures / Proposal against Covid-19
3 Competition by Manufacturer
3.1 Global Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Sales and Market Share by Manufacturer (2017-2022)
3.2 Global Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Revenue and Market Share by Manufacturer (2017-2022)
3.3 Global Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Industry Concentration Ratio (CR5 and HHI)
3.4 Top 5 Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Manufacturer Market Share
3.5 Top 10 Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Manufacturer Market Share
3.6 Date of Key Manufacturers Enter into Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Market
3.7 Key Manufacturers Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Key Manufacturers
3.8 Mergers and Acquisitions Planning
4 Analysis of Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Industry Key Manufacturers
4.1 Bristol-Myers Squibb(BMS)
4.1.1 Compan Detail
4.1.2 Bristol-Myers Squibb(BMS) Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Product Introduction, Application and Specification
4.1.3 Bristol-Myers Squibb(BMS) 134 Sales, Price, Cost, Gross Margin, and Revenue (2017-2022)
4.1.4 Main Business Overview
4.1.5 Bristol-Myers Squibb(BMS) News
4.2.1 Compan Detail
4.2.2 Merck Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Product Introduction, Application and Specification
4.2.3 Merck Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Sales, Price, Cost, Gross Margin, and Revenue (2017-2022)
4.2.4 Main Business Overview
4.2.5 Bristol-Myers Squibb(BMS) News
4.3.1 Compan Detail
4.3.2 Roche Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Product Introduction, Application and Specification
4.3.3 Roche Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Sales, Price, Cost, Gross Margin, and Revenue (2017-2022)
4.3.4 Main Business Overview
4.3.5 Roche News
5 Global Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Market Segment by Big Type
5.1 Global Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Revenue, Sales and Market Share by Big Type (2017-2022)
5.1.1 Global Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Sales and Market Share by Big Type (2017-2022)
5.1.2 Global Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Revenue and Market Share by Big Type (2017-2022)
5.2 PD-1 Inhibitors Sales Growth Rate and Price
5.2.1 Global PD-1 Inhibitors Sales Growth Rate (2017-2022)
5.2.2 Global PD-1 Inhibitors Price (2017-2022)
5.3 PD-L1 Inhibitors Sales Growth Rate and Price
5.3.1 Global PD-L1 Inhibitors Sales Growth Rate (2017-2022)
5.3.2 Global PD-L1 Inhibitors Price (2017-2022)
5.4 CTLA-4 Inhibitors Sales Growth Rate and Price
5.4.1 Global CTLA-4 Inhibitors Sales Growth Rate (2017-2022)
5.4.2 Global CTLA-4 Inhibitors Price (2017-2022)
6 Global Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Market Segment by Big Application
6.1 Global Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Sales Market Share by Big Application (2017-2022)
6.2 Melanoma Treatment Sales Growth Rate (2017-2022)
6.3 Bladder Cancer Treatment Sales Growth Rate (2017-2022)
6.4 Other Sales Growth Rate (2017-2022)
7 Global Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Forecast
7.1 Global Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Revenue, Sales and Growth Rate (2022-2027)
7.2 Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Market Forecast by Regions (2022-2027)
7.2.1 North America Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Market Forecast (2022-2027)
7.2.2 Europe Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Market Forecast (2022-2027)
7.2.3 China Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Market Forecast (2022-2027)
7.2.4 Japan Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Market Forecast (2022-2027)
7.2.5 Southeast Asia Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Market Forecast (2022-2027)
7.2.6 Other Regions Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Market Forecast (2022-2027)
7.3 Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Market Forecast by Type (2022-2027)
7.3.1 Global Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Sales Forecast by Type (2022-2027)
7.3.2 Global Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Market Share Forecast by Type (2022-2027)
7.4 Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Market Forecast by Application (2022-2027)
7.4.1 Global Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Sales Forecast by Application (2022-2027)
7.4.2 Global Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Market Share Forecast by Application (2022-2027)
8 Market Analysis
8.1.1 Market Overview
8.1.2 Market Opportunities
8.1.3 Market Risk
8.1.4 Market Driving Force
8.1.5 Porter's Five Forces Analysis
8.1.6 SWOT Analysis
9 Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Related Market Analysis
9.1 Upstream Analysis
9.1.1 Macro Analysis of Upstream Markets
9.1.2 Key Players in Upstream Markets
9.1.3 Upstream Market Trend Analysis
9.1.4 Checkpoint Inhibitors for Treating Cancer Manufacturing Cost Analysis
9.2 Downstream Market Analysis
9.2.1 Macro Analysis of Down Markets
9.2.2 Key Players in Down Markets
9.2.3 Downstream Market Trend Analysis
9.2.4 Sales Channel, Distributors, Traders and Dealers
10 Research Findings and Conclusion
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