The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is increasing its focus on general aviation security with new requirements planned for passenger manifests, radiation screening and aircraft security screening for flights entering the U.S. What is your opinion?

June 28, 2011, 5:49 AM


Not a problem. General aviation's security regulations should be the equivalent of those for the airlines.
10% (15 votes)
OK with the new requirements because our security measures are already far more stringent than Homeland Security's plans.
6% (9 votes)
OK with the new requirements, which are needed for general aviation, but that's it! We don't need any more.
10% (14 votes)
Intrusive and unnecessary. Homeland Security should leave general aviation alone and focus its resources elsewhere.
73% (105 votes)
Total votes: 143

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