CBS Chicago has the story of a lady who manged to slip past all AVSEC measures at O’Hare’s Terminal 3 and board a London bound flight….
This after wondering around the terminal for two days.
Yes, in 2018.
Once on the London-bound plane, sources say, Hartman hid in a bathroom and eventually walked out and found a seat. When she couldn’t produce a passport Monday at Heathrow Airport, officials sent her back to O’Hare, where she was taken into custody Thursday.
The list of failures is long and I am sure that their will be enough blame to go around but perhaps the place to start is Human Factors and Training?
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