Traveler carried firearm through TSA checkpoint
January 14, 2019

From The Hill:

A traveler carried a firearm on board his flight from Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport to Tokyo Narita International Airport earlier this month.

Transportation Security Administration (TSA) acknowledged that the incident occurred on Jan. 2, saying in a statement to The Hill that it "determined standard procedures were not followed and a passenger did in fact pass through a standard screening TSA checkpoint with a firearm at" at the Atlanta airport.

Delta Airlines told CNN that "upon the customer's disclosure, the airline reported the incident to the TSA."

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