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April 15th, 2011
08:11 AM ET

Aviation security expert: 'Airlines need to do more in the way of risk management and profiling'

The TSA and the FAA have been taking major criticism of late for air traffic controllers sleeping on the job to the rigorous patdown of a six-year-old. The family of the 6-year-old girl said today there needs to be a different screening process for children. In the wake of the third incident this year involving a sleeping controller, an FAA boss resigned. Will traveling the skies ever be friendly and safe again? Legal analyst, Sunny Hostin and aviation security expert, Billy Vincent speak to CNN's American Morning on these issues and the future of flying.

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