GA Safety and Security

Almost 20 years after 9/11, security is still a thing at general aviation airports even though terrorism probably isn't the greatest threat.

Growing up in the pre-9/11 era, I was fortunate to take international family vacations. Going through a commercial airport without TSA, high-sensitivity metal detectors and the spirit-deadening routines of today is something I never thought would have happened. September 11, 2001, was a turning point, of course, and governments worldwide responded, forcing flight and ground […]
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