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Topic - U.S. Travel Association
Almost two-thirds of visitors to the United States are "frustrated" by long lines and inefficient customs and entry procedures at the nation's airports, and nearly half will tell others to avoid travel to the U.S. as a result, according to a new survey released Tuesday.
While security has "vastly improved" since the creation of the Transportation Security Administration a decade ago, there is still "a great deal of work to do" in improving traveler satisfaction, according to a new survey released Wednesday by a travel and tourism trade group.
U.S. travelers are indeed annoyed by the airport pat-downs and other enhanced security measures, but having to remove their shoes tops the list of air-travel hassles they would like the next Congress to address, according to an extensive industry survey released Tuesday.