Requirements that U.S. airports, and carriers flying between the U.S. and Haiti, must advise passengers bound for the Caribbean nation about security risks at Port-au-Prince Airport are no longer in effect, the Dept. of Homeland Security announced this week. DHS said the Port-au-Prince airport now meets ICAO security standards. Since Dec. 22, 2004, DHS has required carriers issuing tickets for travel between the U.S. and Port-au-Prince -- and U.S. airports serving those flights -- to ...
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