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Five trade organizations jointly submitted recommended security regulations for general aviation operations to the DOT and FAA for implementation “expediti
On March 25, 1911, the worst factory fire in the history of New York City erupted in the three floors occupied by the Triangle Shirtwaist Company in a tall
Following September 11, the FAA issued a requirement that all U.S.
A Gulfstream V erroneously squawked that a hijacking was under way as it crossed through Canadian airspace one late October afternoon, leading airspace def
General aviation will have to wait until later this month to learn how it might be affected by the aviation security bill signed November 19 by President B
“We have 700 million passengers each year and we can’t treat them all as terrorists,” American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) president Chip Barc
Despite a new blizzard of support for Meigs Field (CGX) using every media, general aviation’s most famous single-runway airport is set to close permanently
A “smart” security identification card that can be used by aircraft passengers and another that would be used by flight crews, aviation employees and stude
Almost three months after the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, people still talk–perhaps now more wistfully than hopefully–about “when things
For the upcoming European football championship, jointly hosted by Switzerland and Austria, the Zurich police department has decided to supplement its crow