The measure would imply an increase in reviews Length passengers with X-ray
The Department of Homeland Security United States (DHS) warned airlines about the existence of a “threat” credible bomb.
According to NBC, the agency said that flights from abroad towards that country could carry passengers with explosives in his shoes.
According to a report, airlines are particularly reviewing shoes all passengers traveling for the United States from abroad.
The measure would imply an increase in full-length reviews of passengers, with X-rays, and inspection in airport terminals.
In 2001, a case was registered
The DHS said the warning answered “credible” reports that warn of possible attacks on passenger aircraft, as well as a precaution based on the regular policy of sharing relevant threat information with domestic and international partners.
However, he clarified that there is a threat involving “any particular country.”
According NOTIMEX implies, in December 2001 hidden explosives were found in the shoes of Richard Reid, who tried to set off a flight from Paris to Miami, which led to the largest deployment of airport security after the attacks of September 11, that year.
Reid was subdued by passengers and several serving a life sentence in prison.