Airport 24/7: What Not to Say at MIA Pictures

The police are called in to question some of the passengers at MIA after the word “bomb” is mentioned at the airport. Elsewhere, catering crews customize in-flight meals.

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Security director Lauren Stover advises that you keep the word "bomb" out of your vocabulary at the airport.

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