The Transportation Security Administration is now hoping to have either a program fully in place or a pilot ongoing within six months that would alleviate some of the burden of the armed security officer (ASO) requirement for business aircraft seeking access to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA). Zach Carder, the general manager of the TSA’s general aviation branch, told the National Air Transportation Association Air Charter Summit on June 17 that the agency was exploring ...
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