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DFW Airport CEO says no new security directives since Brussels attacks

DFW Airport CEO Sean Donohue tells Fort Worth Chamber lunch audience there has been no elevation of the security threat level or no new security directives from government officials following the terrorist attack at the Brussels airport.
DFW Airport CEO Sean Donohue tells Fort Worth Chamber lunch audience there has been no elevation of the security threat level or no new security directives from government officials following the terrorist attack at the Brussels airport.

Dallas/Fort Worth Airport chief executive Sean Donohue said security is a top priority at the airport following the terrorist attacks at Brussels’ airport.

He reassured the audience at a Fort Worth Chamber lunch on Wednesday that the airport has received no indication from government officials that there is an eminent threat to U.S. airports.

“There has been no elevation of security threats,” Donohue said. “There’s been no security directives in terms of updates or changes....There is no known credible threats to the airports or aviation at this point.”

Donohue added that DFW Airport is focused on prevention and has increased its security officials’ visibility in the terminals.

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