Security Accidents, Safety, Security and Training
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Declaring that “this meeting is not designed to ask for a bailout of the American airline industry,” U.S.
With the FAA asking for help in protecting the nation’s airports, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has joined with AOPA to develop a nation
Million Air Cleveland has installed a new security system at its Burke Lakefront Airport (BKL) facility that it hopes will become the prototype for other F
In the past month the nation and the aviation industry have successfully navigated the first-year anniversary of September 11, the first Code Orange alert
The Transportation Security Administration delayed the compliance deadline on its separate and controversial rules regarding stringent new security require
Aircraft Security & Alert Systems of Dallas has been selected to provide an advanced locking mechanism as standard equipment for Bombardier’s new Chall
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has delegated the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) to train and certify individuals who can
Legislation has been introduced that would exempt foreign-national commercial pilots from the current 45-day background check requirement to obtain flight
Last September 10, the New York City Police aviation unit had a detailed disaster response and high-rise rescue plan in place.
As an ostentatious display of western military might, Farnborough 2002 was viewed as a high-profile terrorist target.