CAF chief: TSA program could harm vintage aircraft industry

02/20/2009 | General Aviation News

Stephan Brown, president and CEO of the Commemorative Air Force, met with congressional leaders to discuss the effect of the TSA's controversial Large Aircraft Security Program on operators of large historic aircraft. Brown said the program could be damaging to 501c3 nonprofit organizations such as CAF, along with other vintage aviation organizations across the country, and he noted that communities that benefit from local air shows would also feel the effects of the program's restrictions.

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