NATA QUESTIONS TSA PLANS FOR REPAIR STATION SECURITY - The federal government has failed to identify a real security threat involving repair stations and should refrain from adopting a sweeping rule that treats all repair stations - whether domestic or international - the same, the National Air Transportation Association contended. In comments on the Transportation Security Administration's plans to draft new restrictions governing repair station security, NATA said it was concerned that ...
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