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After two previous candidates withdrew their names from consideration, the Transportation Security Administration finally welcomed its new boss on Friday w
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) wants to improve on the anemic number of general aviation flights into Ronald Reagan Washington National A
Without revealing specifics, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) assistant administrator John Sammon said on Tuesday at the National Air Transport
The ASA Group, an executive-aviation security services provider with a base in Bangkok, said it has been inundated with requests for assistance from travel
President Barack Obama yesterday nominated John Pistole as assistant secretary for the Department of Homeland Security, a position where he would also lead
The Transportation Security Administration has completed the revision of the large aircraft security program (LASP) and the legislation is about to move to
Final agreement over the way the European Union’s new “common basic standards for aviation security” are implemented in the UK will not be achieved by the
A general aviation working group met with Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officials early last month to begin discussing procedures and proces
The former Million Air FBO facility at New Orleans Lakefront Airport that was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina in August 2005 will officially rise from the a
The European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) has called on the U.S.