(Washington, DC) -- The TSA is expected to address the growing problem of guns at airports Wednesday.
The move comes after a number of passengers have been stopped at TSA checkpoints attempting to bring loaded weapons onto flights. Last week at Dulles International Airport in Virginia, a TSA agent stopped a man from carrying a loaded weapon onto his flight. Earlier this month at Reagan National Airport just outside Washington, DC, a West Virginia man was cited by police after he attempted to carry a loaded handgun onto his flight.
The TSA is expected to address the growing issue and demonstrate how travelers can properly pack a gun for transport on a flight.