I've upgraded to support F4A!
- Jan 12, 2009
As I said previously, I can't discuss the wheelchair searching procedure so I can't elaborate any further.Aviador: All the wheel chair information was given to me by my OH so I blame her if not correct. However, she is adamant that she has never been searched or asked to raise from the chair at LBA over the last 10 years, when this happens as a very normal situation in overseas airports
Had something occurred once then I would probably take your word for it, but you say checks haven't been carried out since the twin towers went down. I can personally vouch for searching hundreds in fact almost certainly thousands of wheelchairs since 9/11 so I know that is absolutely untrue.
Nobody goes through without being screened. Staff can pass through security channels several times throughout their shift and they have to be screened every single time even if they only pop out to hand paperwork to somebody. So believe me, nobody in a wheelchair goes through without being screened.