Canadian airlines balk at U.S. demand for passenger data

10/15/2007 | NYTimes.com

Canadian airlines are resisting TSA efforts to impose a new rule that would require them to share passenger data with the U.S. -- even when flights en route to other countries fly over the U.S. without landing. Canada has a "no-fly" passenger list that it developed in consultation with American security officials.

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