South Bend International Airport saves security check times with new scanners
SOUTH BEND, Ind -- Traveling just got easier for those flying out of south bend international airport, with complete installed their CT machines at TSA.
Computed Tomography, also know as CT machines, are set for take-off at South Bend International.
The machines prevent passengers from removing items such as laptops and bottles from carry-on bags because of the machines ability to scan in 3-D
With the installation of the new technology, there could be speculation from passengers on how they can wait to arrive for their flights and officials say they have tips for those who are indecisive.
"I think there’s a lot of factor that plays both in the size of the airport and the way the world has been. Over the last two years i think people are kind of waking up that travel is returning and people are going to be back in the airport and you need to start having an expectation that when you come to an airport, whether it’s south bend or the airport you’re flying home to south bend from that crowds are going to be back and you need to start giving yourself plenty of time," said Public Affairs Specialist of TSA Great Lakes Jessica Mayle.