Congress wants DHS to consider all-cargo air carrier screening
from The Journal of Commerce
The investigative arm of Congress wants the Department of Homeland of Security to determine the costs and benefits of requiring all-cargo air carriers to report screening data for U.S.-bound freight, a move that could raise costs for shippers. Despite handling the majority of U.S.-bound freight, all-cargo air carriers don't have to report the same amount of screening data as their passenger airline counterparts, according to a Government Accountability Office report released in May.
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