- Jannette Hughes
- Brookfield, WI
- United States
social media consultant, Zone One Group
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Osama Bin Laden changed air travel. Now, that he is dead the question still remains: Are we safer without Osama? Do we feel safer?
We know that since the 911 attacks new airport security regulations were imposed, including: full body scans, 100 percent luggage search, security personnel highly trained, installed bulletproof cockpit doors, more items were restricted, for example: passengers can not carry liquids, gels, aerosols in quantities greater than 3 ounces, and a lot more. These changes were made because of the events of September 11. Now, that the mastermind of the tragedy of 911 attack is dead do you think that our perspective about air travel will change too? or, do you think that our safety has changed forever, therefore, we need to remain alert? How do you feel about it?