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Cablegate: Country Clearance Request for Travel of Dhs/Tsa

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UNCLAS MADRID 003696

SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: EAIR OTRA
SUBJECT: COUNTRY CLEARANCE REQUEST FOR TRAVEL OF DHS/TSA
ASSISTANT SECRETARY HAWLEY AND TSA OFFICIALS


1. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
requests country clearance for travel of Edmund S. "Kip"
Hawley, Assistant Secretary, Transportation Security
Administration (TSA), his aide, marshall Sanders, and David
W. Tiedge, Assistant Administrator, TSA International
Programs, to geneva (October 25-26), Brussels (October 26-27)
and London (October 27).

2. The purpose of the travel is to attend the International
Air Transport Association's Annual Aviation Security World
Conference in Geneva and to meet with European
Aviation/Transportation Officials. Mr. Hawley will meet with
members of the European Civil Aviation Conference, EU
Commision Officials and the UK Department for transport
counterparts.

3. Travel particulars:

Edmund S. Hawley
Assistant Secretary, DHS/TSA
Official Passport: 802032248

David W. Tiedge
Assistant Administrator, International Programs, dHS/TSA
Official Passport 801414500

Marshall Sanders
Special Assistant to Mr. Hawley
Official Passport 801747130

4. Mr. hawley's country arrival departure times as follows:
Oct 24:
1715 Depart Dulles UA 916
Oct 25:
0915 Arrive Geneva via Frankfurt LH 9092
Travelers to be met by TSA Rep Johannes Knudsen (cell
32-479-976-927)
Hotel: Crowne plaza
Oct 26:
1235 Depart Geneva on SN Brussels Airlines 2714
1350 Arrive Brussels
Hotel: Jolly Hotel du Grand Sablon
Oct 27
0813 Depart on Eurostar 9113 Brussels to London
0928 Arrive London
Travelers to be met by TSAR UK (Acting) Ray Montgomery (cell
30-693-270-7071)
1635 Depart London Heathrow UA 925
1945 Arrive IAD Dulles

5. TSA Representatives in countr6y are coofdinating and
facilitating the visits. Embassy staff have been
particularly helpful. No further Post assistance is
required. for further information contact Christine
Sasseville, TSA HQ 571-227-1021. TSA greatly appreciates
posts' support.

AGUIRRE

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