Alaska lawmakers press TSA on GA security program

07/20/2009 | Alaska Journal of Commerce

Lawmakers in Alaska are pressing the TSA to rethink its proposed large aircraft security program, which they say would harm the general aviation industry and cost approximately $400,000 per community for compliance in Alaska. A report from the Department of Homeland Security and Office of Inspections released last month states that general aviation represents only a limited threat to national security, and lawmakers say the TSA should keep that in mind in developing their rules.

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