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"Amarillo airport wins regional TSA award"
Saturday, April 28, 2012
Amarillo airport wins regional TSA award
By KAREN SMITH WELCH
The Amarillo (TX) Globe
Amarillo's airport and its federal security detail landed the 2012
Transportation Security Administration Airport of the Year Award for
airports in the West Texas Region.
The administration will present Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport
and its TSA team the award in a ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday in the
Amarillo terminal's Kritser Conference Room.
The region in which Amarillo is judged includes the airports of Lubbock,
Midland, Abilene and San Angelo, TSA spokesman Luis Casanova said.
The award recognizes an airport that exhibits exceptional customer service
while maintaining the highest level of airport security, according to
information from TSA. The award symbolizes dedication to integrity,
innovation, teamwork, competence, diversity, courtesy and respect, the news
"Amarillo has established an exemplary record of security and passenger
satisfaction through its efforts to protect and serve the traveling public,"
said John Sides, a federal security director for the region.
Sides called the award "well-deserved" by Aviation Director Patrick Rhodes,
the airport staff and TSA employees.
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