News and information about crew, passenger, aircraft and airport security issues.
The FAA launched a new website today where pilots and others can report incidents of lasers being shined at aircraft
According to NBAA, the Transportation Security Administration is pushing to issue a new proposed business aircraft security program by year-end.
NBAA’s GA Desk is warning aircraft operators flying on the U.S. East Coast this week to review TFR notams carefully.
The TSA is willing to work to minimize the effect of its policies on general aviation (GA), said Gregory Kulis, a member of NBAA’s Security Counciil
As more business and private jets travel further abroad, often to airports where ground security is nonexistent or minimal at best, Otonomy Aviation (Booth
When the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) first announced its Large Aircraft Security Program (LASP) in October 2008, it threatened to ground e
The National Business Aviation Association presents Pilot Flying Safety Awards each year to the member company pilots who have exemplary safety records.
Each year, NBAA recognizes the top aviation maintenance and avionics technicians with excellent safety records who work for member companies.
The House Homeland Security Committee was expected to take action last month on the “Aviation Security Stakeholder Participation Act of 2011,” which will e
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