Column: General aviation faces heightened security

03/12/2010 | General Aviation News

The IRS attack in Texas by a private plane has raised the specter of increased security for general aviation. "With user fees at least temporarily off the table, the big push now is security," writes columnist Charles Spence. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is still investigating the crash, which was classified as a criminal act.

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