AVweb's Question of the Week ...

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Last week, AVweb asked our readers to pick a side when it comes to those pesky TFRs (temporary flight restrictions) that have become all-too-common in the post-9/11 world.  The overwhelming majority 85% of respondents, or 565 people said that TFRs are often inane, indecipherable, and (at their most harmless) utterly useless.  But the remaining 15% of you defended TFRs, saying the restrictions are often necessary to protect pilots, passengers, and leaders in these dangerous times.


This week, we want to ask a similar question about aviation lawsuits.  Do they serve higher a purpose, or are they merely a distraction from the real business of aviation?  As before, we know you may not fully agree with either statement but for the purposes of the poll, we ask that you pick a side.

Have an idea for a new QOTW? Send your suggestions to qotw@avweb.com.

Note: This address is only for suggested QOTW questions, and not for QOTW answers.