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Aviation Technologies has created what it believes is a solution to the time-consuming process of checking air passenger and employee names against Transpo
Man-carried portable air defense systems (Manpads), also known as shoulder-fired anti-aircraft missiles, in the hands of terrorists have a lot of people ve
For years, the marketers of the Emergency Vision Assurance System (EVAS) have been asking the FAA to require the product.
Although the Transportation Security Administration’s general aviation airport security guidelines working group was unable to reach a consensus on how to
Homeland security experts are considering new measures to tighten security for general aviation operators as part of an ongoing attempt to prepare for unkn
In separate efforts, Jet Aviation and Kollsman are the latest companies to explore possible anti-surface-to-air-missile (SAM) systems.
The commission investigating the 9/11 terror attacks is subpoenaing documents it says the FAA has withheld.
“A troubling trend has developed that threatens to harm business aviation in unimaginable ways–complacency,” claims Aviation Security International.
“After May 1 operators not meeting the full requirements of the [twelve-five and private charter security] rules will be considered to be in noncompliance,