On January 26, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), issued an order, requiring operators to collect, store and verify documentation on the current COVID-19 status of inbound international air passengers traveling to the United States.
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Today, NATA Compliance Services (NATACS) announced the launch of CDCCheck™, its brand-new touchless and digitized solution to comply with the CDC Order addressing all international inbound air passengers.Read More
NATACS is deploying technology advancements, beginning Monday, December 21st. Among the new systems deployed, we have upgraded our Customer Support technology to include communications (Voice, Chat, Email).Read More
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On July 19th, the TSA announced an expansion to their PreCheck process. PreCheck currently allows eligible participants to move through security checkpoints much, much faster with fewer disruptions. The PreCheck process previously required travelers to opt-in through a major airline’s frequent flier program. This could only be obtained by those who flew regularly and was only available on that one airline. However, starting later this year, that process is seeing some changes.
On July 15, 2013, The FAA's Drug Abatement Division published a Final Rule entitled "Combined Drug and Alcohol Testing Programs". Check it out on their website here.