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General Aviation Security: Weaknesses Exist in TSAńˇ╗s Process for Ensuring Foreign Flight Students Do Not Pose a Security Threat
Stephen M. Lord (au)
U.S. government threat assessments have discussed plans by terrorists to use general aviation aircraft -- generally, aircraft not available to the public for transport -- to conduct attacks. Also, the September 11, 2001, terrorists learned to fly at flight schools, which are within the general aviation community. The Transportation Security Admin. (TSA), within the Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS), has responsibilities for general aviation security, and developed AFSP to ensure that foreign students enrolling at flight schools do not pose a security threat. This report assessed (1) TSA and general aviation industry actions to enhance security and TSA efforts to obtain information on these actions; and (2) TSA efforts to ensure that foreign flight students do not pose a security threat. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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