Airline officials report significant savings as a result of the low level glow emitted by passengers on red-eye flights.
"We are finding that the low dose radiation applied by the TSA full body scanners has the positive side effect of reducing lighting costs during nighttime flights."
There are no apparent effects on infrequent travelers but passengers find the low greenish glow emitted by frequent fliers to be quite soothing during long night flights.
Passengers also report it is now easier to locate flight attendants who also glow in the dark.
TSA officials are excited about the discovery and are considering increasing the radiation dosage for infrequent travellers so they can also enjoy this glowing experience.