The Art Institute of Colorado Instructor Quoted in “Chicago Tribune”
June 28, 2016
Josh Nathan, an instructor at The Art Institute of Colorado, was recently quoted in the “Chicago Tribune,” providing tips for traveling and getting through long TSA lines at the airport.
Nathan addressed recent changes in TSA protocol and how they could impact wait times. He suggests that flyers allow themselves at least three hours to get through the TSA screening in Denver, especially during the busy summer months.
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