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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.
When the call went out in those early, panicky hours of the crisis that’s collectively come to be called “9/11,” some 4,500 aircraft were airborne in U.S.
One year after September 11, corporate aviation is still seeking assurances that its business aircraft will be able to operate on par with the commercial a
With general aviation access to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) in an indefinite holding pattern, NBAA has decided to re-target its monthly
One year ago, civil airplanes were the weapon used to end the lives of more than 3,000 people on American soil.
“In the next 60 to 90 days, you’re going to see security in the United States like you’ve never seen before,” said retired U.S.
I was till recently the chief pilot of the Port Authority police helicopter operation.
Under the first major rulemaking of the DOT’s newly created Transportation Security Administration, scheduled for publication February 22, charter operatio