Dreaded SSSS Code
This is what happens when you step up to the Delta Shuttle ticket counter at NY La Guardia Airport and buy a one-way ticket for the next flight out... the dreaded "SSSS" code, which means "additional screening." The fact that you have walked up and bought a ticket for the next flight singles you out as unusual or irregular. But there is nothing unusual about it. The whole purpose of the shuttle is to make it easy to get a walk-up ticket for these 30-minute flights between New York and Washington or Boston that leave every hour. It's like a bus. Adding to the absurdity is the fact that Delta Shuttle has its OWN dedicated terminal at La Guardia Airport. It's physically separated from the rest of the airport.
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