TSA Watch II: TSA's DCA Plan

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The second item has to do with the agency's draft plan to once again allow non-scheduled aircraft access at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA). As AVweb reported last monthreported last month, David M. Stone, the TSA's acting administrator, told Congress that his agency "is devising a security plan that will allow general aviation and charter operations to resume at DCA." Stone told the panel that his agency planned to present such a plan to an interagency working group as early as within two weeks. Sources tell AVweb that plan is still under development but can't comment on whether it has been submitted to the interagency working group, as promised.