Tuesday, August 19, 2008

TSA to Increase Security for Private Planes

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is planning to increase the security requirements for small planes in private aviation that currently have little or no security safeguards. The TSA will be introducing new requirements over the next year. Private aviation business groups are wary of the new regulations that might come their way but aviation security experts maintain that the private aviation security loopholes must be closed. Read more on this subject in "Private planes on TSA's radar", USA Today, August 11, 2008. To read more on the topic of air travel security click on airline security news articles and air travel security resources and information.

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