Column: General aviation security should be increased

02/25/2010 |

General aviation security measures should be increased after the Feb. 18 attack on an IRS building in Austin, Texas, by a private-plane pilot, according to columnist Scott Stewart. A challenge facing security is that most general aviation airports are operated by fixed-base operators, who can be local governments or private entities. Stewart writes "the best that can be hoped for is to keep the largest (and therefore most destructive) aircraft safe from this sort of misuse."

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