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Fwd: travel/mail info

  • Subject: Fwd: travel/mail info
  • From: HMinnesota@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2001 12:23:43 EDT

Thomas S. Carlson
19 Mid Oaks Road
Roseville, MN   USA    55113

Phone: 651-646-1514
Cell:  651-398-8958
FAX: 651-646-1796
Email:  HMinnesota@aol.com

  • Subject: Fwd: travel/mail info
  • From: Thmscrlsn@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 13 Sep 2001 11:54:26 EDT
  • Full-name: Thmscrlsn

FYI - ( if you don't already know )
In addition, there are a number of new security measures that travelers
must be aware of:

    Domestic travelers must arrive at the airport two hours prior to
departure; international
    travel requires two and one half hours.
    There is no longer curbside, internet or kiosk check-in.
    Passengers must provide a travel receipt at check-in. We do not
currently ask American
    Express to provide this information. American Express will begin
issuing receipts (via
    e-mail) immediately.  Passengers traveling over the next few days
need to show valid,
    government-issued identification (driverís license, passport, etc.)
to the airline agent (at
    the ticket counter) and they will provide a receipt.
    All knives, including pocket knives, are not allowed to be carried
on board.
    There will be a visible uniformed police and military presence at
most airports.

Update on U.S. Mail


 The U.S. Post Office is reminding people that the movement of mail will
be limited to ground transportation until air
 travel resumes. Once air travel resumes, individuals and organizations
should expect to see very high mail volume for several days.

 The U.S. Post Office has said it will not accept Priority or Express
mail packages over one pound that are not from a
 known sender or processed through a Post Office window. The U.S. Post
Office said that mail bombs are typically
 sent sent through Priority Mail, with stamps
 and overpaid postage, and either no return address or a false address.
Legitimate addresses can be verified
 through the zip code portion of USPS.com.

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