New Transportation Security Administration (TSA) guidance clarifies several key points about its repair station security rule, including how large aircraft must be guarded and when responsibility for keeping an eye on an aircraft changes from the maintenance shop to its operator. The rule, introduced earlier this year, focuses on preventing unauthorized access to large aircraft (Aviation DAILY, Jan. 13). TSA mandated that aircraft at repair stations must either be "attended" by ...
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