Liberia flights could begin this fall

Flights between the United States and Liberia could begin as early as the fall after the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and the Liberia Civil Aviation Authority (LCAA) announced “the successful implementation of cooperative efforts to enhance aviation security.”

The TSA and the LCAA in 2009 signed a Joint Statement of Intent, agreeing to work together to develop and enhance aviation security programs as well as share best practices.

“TSA’s efforts to assist Liberia demonstrate our commitment to aiding in the development of aviation systems throughout the world,” John Halinski, assistant administrator for TSA’s Office of Global Strategies, said in a news release. “Through this partnership, TSA and LCAA have built a sustainable Liberian transportation security system — not only aiding travelers in our respective countries as flights begin this fall, but also demonstrating our shared commitment to the international aviation security community.”

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