Question of the Week: Experimental Access to Major Airports

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Last week, we asked whether electronic emergency locator transmitters (ELTs) should be required equipment in the cockpit.

The largest segment of respondents to our unscientific poll said it should be up to the pilot, accounting for 42% of readers who answered. The rest of your responses were pretty evenly distributed among the other choices.

For a complete (real-time) breakdown of reader responses, click here.
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A recent incident in Nevada has some calling for a ban on experimental and/or homebuilt airplanes at major airports in densely populated areas. We want to hear what you think.

Should certain types of aircraft be restricted at airports in densely populated areas?
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