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I know this probably sounds like an obvious question, but I had an interesting experience a couple weeks ago I wanted to share with you guys. I was checking in for a flight, had a problem with my baggage and decided to take a picture of one of the airline employees who was giving my friction. This employee then told me that I was not allowed to do so, and threatened to remove me from my flight, followed by another saying she was calling the police. I had never heard that I wasn't allowed to take pictures in a public place, and felt the employee was attempting to intimidate me. This is not the first time a photographer has been told this, so there has to be something to it? So what does the law say? Are certain subjects off limits in airports? And if so what are they? Here are some inte...
LED lights at airports can record video, alert staff to long lines and track behavior deemed suspicious
We hosted the ninth edition of the WALA Annual Conference, the world congress that brings together lawyers, consultants and operators of the Airport sector. Watch the video! Abbiamo ospitato la nona edizione della conferenza annuale del Wala, il congresso mondiale che raggruppa avvocati, consulenti e operatori del settore aeroportuale. Guarda il video!
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Part of the ordeal minutes after the female law enforcement officer yanked this lady really really hard within about one foot of me. The TSA called for the cops. This is at the Philadelphia International Airport. From what I could hear and see this lady had a confetti-filled egg which they confiscated then they handcuffed her and took her into custody. For a confetti-filled egg.
What are your legal rights at the airport when the security staff want you to remove clothing. Are you obligated to comply? In what situation can you say no and still board your flight. This information and more is also available at university law libraries. Go check it out before boarding an aircraft.
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"Taking advantage of his state’s open carry laws, a Georgia man paraded around the Atlanta airport toting a loaded AR-15 simply because he could — alarming police and airport security. Jim Cooley carried his assault weapon with a 100-round drum attached to it while accompanied by his wife as they dropped their daughter off, alerting the press later after he was stopped multiple times by authorities. In an interview with WSB-TV, Cooley explained that he knew it was legal to carry the weapon into the airport as long as he didn’t approach any TSA checkpoints, explaining “You can carry in unsecured areas of the airport. Past TSA, never.” While in the airport, Cooley was approached by a fire marshal asking him why he was carrying the gun, an Atlanta police officer who asked him if he had a c...
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What to do on a 3 hour Layover?? Break in to groups and have a competition!!! What are the best things you can buy with $20?? Here is the YouTube channel of the musician TBASA: https://www.youtube.com/user/timbasaraba/videos Funny that I always break things on our What's Inside channel and then here I am breaking the things at the airport. Geez.
Is it illegal to fly a drone in the Philippines? Are drones illegal in the Philippines? Yes, if you don't have written permission from the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP). These are the drone laws in the Philippines. I contacted the CAAP before I went to the Philippines to request permission to fly my drone also known as an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). It will take about 1-2 weeks to get permission from the CAAP so you may need to plan ahead before you leave for your trip. The CAAP also noted that Airport customs may confiscate your drone if you don't have written permission from the CAAP to fly the drone in the Philippines. Furthermore, the Airport Customs may charge you an import tax of 100,000 PHP (about 2000 USD). This is video shows you what you need to kn...
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