TSA to revise GA security measure after feedback

11/12/2009 | General Aviation News

The Transportation Security Administration received more than 7,000 comments when it introduced airline security measures on general aviation aircraft weighing more than 12,500 pounds. The TSA plans to rework the regulations and will also create a GA Aviation Security Advisory Committee. "The majority of people who operate large aircraft are already doing what we will ask them to do," said Brian Delauter, the new general manager of general aviation for the TSA.

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