A coalition of aviation and travel groups is pressing the U.S. government to do all it can to reduce arrival wait times at international airports and is developing new technology to help combat the problem. Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA), Airlines for America ( A4A ) and the U.S. Travel Association are among the organizations that are pushing the issue . The fiscal year 2014 budget calls for 2,000 additional Customs and Border Protection ( CBP ) agents to address the ...


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