Question of the Week: Repair Stations as a Security Concern
PREVIOUS RESULTS ***
Last week, we asked if historic aircraft should be flown by groups like the Commemorative Air Force — or if some one-of-a-kind birds are just too rare for the air.
Most of the readers who took a moment to answer thought historic aircraft should be flown — 31% of you offering no restrictions and another 33% saying pilot qualifications, weather, and safety-of-flight issues should be squarely at the forefront. (11% of you said such flights should be limited to special occasions to keep them in flying condition, but no more.
For a complete (real-time) breakdown of reader responses, click here.
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THIS WEEK'S QUESTION ***
The TSA has announced plans to impose stricter security requirements on FAA-certificated repair stations in the U.S. and in other countries. This week, we'd like readers to gauge the security threat posed by repair stations.
How big a security threat are repair stations?
(click to answer)
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