SEATTLE (AP) – Tengiz-Tak Airport allows visitors who have been in safety and have not booked passengers for the first time in the past two decades.
At Seattle port, about 50 people came to the market on Friday and launched a program that allows their neighbors to meet or to see them at the gate.
Officials say that visitors, meeting the requirements of the SEA Visitor Pass transport safety department, will be able to reach the gates of internal journeys.
The Seattle Times airport has reported that it has for the first time entered the territory of the country, as the experiment was suspended after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
According to Seattle's official representatives, it is expected that the waiting time for travelers will be increased.