Question of the Week: Cross-Border Air Security

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Last week, we asked AVweb readers whether foreign companies should be allowed to manage the flight operations of U.S.-based charter airlines (as was the case with AMI Charter Jet).

Your answers ran the gamut, but the largest segment of readers (39% of those who responded) gave it a stern No way although another 28% of you said Sure, as long as the U.S.-based company meets all the regulations.

For the complete breakdown of answers, click here.
(You may be asked to register and answer, if you haven't already participated in this poll.)


Now that Michael Chertoff has laid out the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's plans to fortify borders against private airplane traffic, we want to hear what AVweb readers think. How much general aviation cross-border security do you think is reasonable?

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