Schumer Says Malaysian Airline Disappearance Reveals Global Aviation Security Lo

Schumer Says Malaysian Airline Disappearance Reveals Global Aviation Security Lo
(New York, NY) -- The disappearance of a Malaysian jetliner is revealing some major problems with global aviation security. Senator Charles Schumer notes that two of the plane's passengers were traveling on stolen passports and were able to board because the airline never checked their passports against Interpol's stolen passport database. The New York Democrat says he'll introduce a bill today to close what he calls a massive loophole in security. Two of the plane's passengers were traveling on stolen passports and were able to board because the airline never checked their passports against Interpol's stolen passport database.