Delta Air Lines' CEO said tonight he objects to the federal Transportation Security Administration's move to allow small pocketknives on airplanes.
Anderson spoke to CBS News' John Miller and Intl. President of the Association of Flight Attendants Veda Shook about the proposed changes.
Veda Shook says we're safer without knives on planes and easing restrictions will create airport checkpoint bottlenecks.
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Of course he opposes being allowed to bring additional items on board. Travelers will have to check their bags if they want to bring such items, and Delta and other airlines can charge baggage fees.