Asheville, NC, April 06, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Natalia is a former Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Dual Function screener who wrote the book to help passengers prepare for the security screening process and to teach them how to travel through security fast, safe and easy. She is a passenger advocate and wants passengers to know their rights when going through airport security in addition to what to expect from primary and secondary screening.
In her book of 369 tips and funny personal on-the-job stories, 119 tips are for passengers with special needs. She feels many people don't have all the information they need to travel effortlessly. She guides you through each step of the screening process, making it clear and easy.
In the National Geographic's Traveler, her article covers important tips for passengers, including passengers with special needs. She talks about medical devices, equipment, medical conditions, what to wear, prosthetics, hearing aids, cochlear implants, liquid medication and orthopedic devices.
In both her book and on her website Natalia asks readers and visitors to share their airport/airplane stories on her Blog. She offers free reports: The Ultimate Packing List and Unknown Fines and Violations. You can even sign up for her convenient Free Airport Security Tips of the Week. Her valuable and must know tips can be used throughout the nation's 450 commericial airports.