WASHINGTON, D.C. (WKOW) -- For the millions flying today, the holiday travel tradition could have a new look, and feel, with added security measures. The TSA's enhanced pat-downs roll out along with more body scanners as the travel season hits its peak.
An ABC News/Washington Post poll finds 50 percent of people believe pat-downs go too far. In the past, flying meant avoiding the troubles of hitting the road with 40 million other drivers, often in less-than-perfect conditions. But now, passengers worry airport security could prove its own perfect storm.