If you're flying out of Willard Airport in Savoy, you'll soon have the option of going through a different security screening procedure.
Gone is the traditional metal detector, and in its place is a full body scanner.
The scanner is able to show exactly where a passenger might be carrying a dangerous object, but it doesn't invade passengers' privacy by showing a detailed image.
Transportation Security Administration spokesperson Mike McCarthy says that will make the screening process more quick and efficient.
Willard Airport Manager Steve Wanzek says the airport will be getting the word out to passengers about the new technology so they know what to expect when they board a flight.
Mike McCarthy says the new scanner should be up and running in a couple weeks. Passengers do have the option of asking for a full-body pat down instead of going through the scanner.