Travelers feel safer with increased airport security

BROOKLYN - While the White House has announced stricter security at airports after the attempted terrorist attack, passangers say they feel safe.

Passangers arrived at the airport and prepared to board their planes with little worry.

"Living in New York and after 9/11, you sort of learn that you have to go on with your life," Michael Czeczotka said. "You can't have that dictate everything you're doing."

Federal officials say that there will be heightened security for both domestic and international flights at airports across the country. They also added that the intensified levels of security will vary by location.

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