American Airlines Updates Airport Photography Policy

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    For better or worse, you more or less give up any rights you have when you enter an airport. In addition to airport policies, many airlines also have policies on photography and video recording. For example, up until now American's policy on photography and video recording has been as follows: "Use of still and video cameras, film or digital, is permitted only for recording personal events. Photography or video recording of airline personnel, equipment, or procedures is strictly prohibited." This leaves a huge grey area. What constitutes photography or video recording of "airline equipment?" Isn't a seat or an entertainment screen considered "airline equipment?" The post American Airlines Updates Airport Photography Policy appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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