A new airport security measure is making headlines around the world as people around the globe take to the skies.
The new measures will require travelers to enter the US from the US and Canada.
If you can’t get in, you’ll have to wait for a couple of hours and then get a flight to the US or Canada.
This is the second airport ban that the US government has tried to impose, after a temporary ban in February.
It has also led to travel delays and cancellations at international airports in the US, as people try to get through the security line.
However, a US Federal Aviation Administration spokesperson told Business Insider the new measures are not designed to make travelers or airlines more vulnerable, and that the new rules will have minimal impact on aviation security.
“We are aware of reports that some airlines may face additional screening time due to the new airport rules and are continuing to review our plans to address this,” FAA spokesperson Michael Huerta said.
He said the new rule is designed to improve security by requiring passengers to use a secure, non-interactive system, as opposed to an interactive one.
“The US government is taking the necessary steps to ensure the security of the aviation system, and we will continue to work with airlines to ensure that we are able to comply with the new security measures,” he said.
The first airport ban on passenger travel was enacted in March of this year, but it was only implemented after it was found that some travelers who had already been approved for flights to the United States did not meet the security requirements.
Since then, more than 1,200 people have been arrested or detained at US airports for refusing to enter, or being refused entry, in order to travel.
A number of other countries, including Australia, Canada and the UK, have followed suit, including Germany, France and Spain.
There have been protests around the United Kingdom, with some people saying they will not travel to the UK as a result of the new restrictions.
A group of students from the University of Manchester said they are boycotting classes in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) after the UAE announced it would also be implementing a new airport screening process.
“I can’t believe that the government in the UAE would impose a travel ban on us for a reason of safety,” the group said on Twitter.
The UAE is one of the largest exporters of fliers to the Middle East, with more than a million people travelling to and from the country each year.