Hawaiian Airlines guests departing from Honolulu are to get what the carrier said will be an “efficient and convenient airport experience” after the carrier installed a new “multimillion-dollar TSA [Transportation Security Administration] security checkpoint”. “This expanded screening capacity will alleviate congestion and make check-in easier for our guests whether they are taking a short trip to another island or boarding a transpacific flight,” said Hawaiian Airlines president and chief executive Peter Ingram. “A big congratulations and mahalo to Hawaiian Airlines on this significant investment into the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport,” said Hawai‘i Department of Transportation director Ed Sniffen, who

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