General aviation groups ask TSA to form joint panel on security

02/6/2009 | AOPA Online

Four associations representing general aviation have come together to urge the TSA to form a joint committee with the industry for exploring ways to enhance security without imposing rules originally intended for large commercial aircraft. The groups, including the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, warned that TSA's proposed Large Aircraft Security Program "will have disastrous consequences on the industry" without increasing safety. In their joint letter, the groups said a "dedicated workgroup would allow industry and the TSA to work together on requirements that would simultaneously enhance general aviation security and facilitate general aviation operations."

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