What does bin Laden death mean for air travel?
In our Facebook story of the day you wanted to know about travel safety following the death of Osama bin Laden.
But officials at the Southwest Georgia Regional Airport say nothing has changed in the past couple of days.
That's because since September 11th they've already been on heightened alert.
"Our world changed after that and will never be the same," said Yvette Aehle, airport director. "So we're just focusing on watching what's going on. I've told our employees to always watch of what is going on. We're used to seeing people act a certain way and pack a certain way and walk around certain way. So obviously if there are issues we want them to point those out to us."
The Transportation Safety Administration has not issued any additional alerts following the death of Osama bin Laden.