Travelers walk toward the baggage drop area for Delta Air Lines last year at Sea-Tac Airport. The Port of Seattle, which manages the airport, announced Thursday that 90 private contractors have been hired to assist with line management. Meanwhile, Transportation Security Administration workers will continue to perform necessary security-related duties.
Travelers walk toward the baggage drop area for Delta Air Lines last year at Sea-Tac Airport. The Port of Seattle, which manages the airport, announced Thursday that 90 private contractors have been hired to assist with line management. Meanwhile, Transportation Security Administration workers will continue to perform necessary security-related duties. Elaine Thompson Associate Press file, 2015
Travelers walk toward the baggage drop area for Delta Air Lines last year at Sea-Tac Airport. The Port of Seattle, which manages the airport, announced Thursday that 90 private contractors have been hired to assist with line management. Meanwhile, Transportation Security Administration workers will continue to perform necessary security-related duties. Elaine Thompson Associate Press file, 2015

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