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Terrorism Plot Forces New Air-Travel Restrictions

Signs indicating no liquids allowed in carry-on baggage for airline travellers are posted August 10, 2006, at the British Airways terminal at JFK International Airport in New York.
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Signs indicating no liquids allowed in carry-on baggage for airline travellers are posted August 10, 2006, at the British Airways terminal at JFK International Airport in New York.

The terror plot that British officials thwarted this morning has resulted in long lines, flight delays and new restrictions on carry-on luggage. Guests examine the impact of the terror plot on air travel.

Guests:

John Prideaux, Britain correspondent for the Economist magazine

Spencer Hsu, homeland security reporter for The Washington Post

Scott Mccartney, writes the Middle Seat column for The Wall Street Journal

Jay Field, reporter for Chicago Public Radio

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