"Barefoot Bandit" case spotlights general aviation security

07/15/2010 | AOL News

The "Barefoot Bandit" case shines a spotlight on general aviation security. Colton Harris-Moore, 19, allegedly stole at least five small planes from general aviation airports. Chris Dancy, media relations director for the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, said the level of security at general aviation airports is appropriate. "Whether or not it needs to be reviewed is a question for TSA or Homeland Security," Dancy said.

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