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Ahead of peak summer travel season, Delta Air Lines has designed and implemented a new, faster security lane system at its home base, Atlanta airport. The "innovation lanes" can process five travelers at once and have so far resulted in 30 percent faster processing, said the airline.
The system, which debuted last week at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, was developed with the blessing of the Transportation Security Administration and funded and conceived entirely by Delta.
Instead of funneling travelers through one long line where just one unprepared passenger can slow down the process for multiple people waiting behind, this new system processes five people at five separate "divestment points."
"You're able to move and process at the speed you're capable of, not the person in front of you," said Gil West, Delta's senior executive vice president and chief operating officer, in a company release. "It should double the productivity of every lane."
Mark Howell, a regional spokesman for the TSA, credited Delta with "helping us find solutions to bringing the wait times down."