How airport security around the world could change after the Brussels attack


Travelers know what to expect from airport security: limits on liquids, requirements to remove shoes and belts, occasional pat downs and luggage X-rays. But these security measures, many put in place after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks in New York City, focus on eliminating attacks on planes -- not at the airports. And after the attacks in Brussels, airport security has been thrust into the spotlight. Airports across the country are working to reevaluate security risks and update procedures. These changes could take several different forms says Jim Hutton, chief security officer of travel risk management company On Call International.

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