A chilling scene in
“I actually work for T.S.A., so knowing the history of what happened and why I have the job that I have, it makes me scared to fly because if this happened today, and it could happen at anytime anywhere,” said Perkins.
Air travel was slightly impacted in the east, but
“There are security methods that are practiced on a daily basis here at the airport to ensure the safety and security of the passengers traveling through the airport,” Vikkie Calderon, public relations officer for the airport.
One frequent flyer said if other travelers were worried, he didn't notice. He simply trusts airport staff.
“As long as, like I said, T.S.A. does their job, I think we should be ok,” said Lessley Deshotel, who traveled to
But the feelings of one T.S.A. worker shows that flying may still be a nerve-wracking ordeal.
“Being thousands of feet in the air, it makes a difference because you have no where to go but down,” said Perkins.
No flights in or out of