Alaska officials fear impact of new aviation security rules

02/16/2009 | Alaska Journal of Commerce

Pilots in Alaska say proposed new security regulations for non-commercial aircraft threaten the state's $4 billion aviation industry. TSA's Large Aircraft Security Program would require any airplane weighing more than 12,500 pounds to meet most of the security standards originally devised for commercial jetliners. Alaskan pilots and others say the rules could have a devastating effect in the vast, sparsely populated state, where air links are especially vital.

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