From Paul G. Campbell Jr., executive director and CEO of the Charleston County Aviation Authority:
“We extend our heartfelt sympathy to those affected by the terror attacks today in Belgium.
“Everyone at Charleston International Airport takes the safety and welfare of our passengers seriously. Security remains, as always, our top priority. We are in close contact with local TSA staff to monitor travel and coordinate any change to security measures at CHS.
“As our passengers continue on their travels today and in the days ahead, we encourage them to enjoy their trip but be aware of your surroundings. If you see something suspicious or notice unattended bags, say something to airport police or the TSA.”
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