First of all, I'm not a terrorist or a drug courier.
Starting in June 2012, I began flying from
Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport (FCO) to
Falcone–Borsellino Airport (PMO) for personal reasons. Each flight was a round trip, so I would leave
FCO and return to Rome a few days later. This wasn't only on weekends - in fact, I think that in those two years I flew during every day of the week and every time of the day since I was always looking for the best flight fare. For the same reason, I booked on many different airlines, from the low-cost ones (Ryanair, easyJet, Vueling) to the standard ones (Alitalia and Meridiana).
Whenever I arrived at
PMO I always saw the policemen and their drug dogs but not even once I was blocked and/or asked for a simple and fast check of the baggage or myself. I always walked past them and exited the airport without problems.
So my question is: why?
Didn't the policemen ever suspect me for all those round trips? Or don't they check passengers like, for example, they do on the streets when they stop random vehicles?