Houston Airport has shut down the TSA checkpoints in one of its terminals because there aren't enough TSA officers willing to work unpaid during the government shutdown

Posted On: Jan 14, 2019   |   Posted By: Business Insider

Houston Airport has shut down the TSA checkpoints in one of its terminals because there aren't enough TSA officers willing to work unpaid during the government shutdown

George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, Texas has closed the Transportation Security Administration checkpoints in one of its terminals due to a lack of security staff amid the government shutdown .
Ticket counters and the security checkpoint in Terminal B closed down over the weekend.
The airport told Business Insider that the checkpoint will remain closed until the TSA can provide enough people the staff it.
Terminal B's gates will remain open and passengers flying through the facility will need to be screened at other terminals.
United Airlines is Terminal B's largest tenant.
George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, Texas has closed the Transportation Security Administration checkpoints in one of its terminals due to a lack of security staff amid the government shutdown.
In an alert posted on Twitter, the airport announced on Sunday that ticket counters and TSA checkpoint in Terminal B have been shut down.
Authorities at IAH announced that the checkpoint will be...

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