Wednesday, December 18, 2013

New Pages on TSA.gov: Spanish-Language Page and TSA Kids



http://www.tsa.gov/tsa-kids
Today, we launched two new features on the TSA.gov website; a Spanish-language page and TSA for Kids.  The new pages are part of TSA’s goal to help all passengers understand what to expect when going through airport security. Passengers who know what to expect during screening will benefit from a more positive screening experience.

The Spanish Web page is TSA’s next step in its plans to easily connect with passengers in their native language and ensures that Spanish speaking passengers have the most current information and security updates available.

TSA’s new website for kids offers children and parents of young travelers important security information in a fun and engaging way and encourages children to learn more about TSA procedures prior to traveling. The website features travel security activities as well as security related videos and information to teach children and their parents about the security process. This website will not only keep young travelers informed, it will make traveling more enjoyable for the entire family. 

For more information about TSA, please visit our website at tsa.gov. 

John S. Pistole, TSA  Administrator 

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