TSA Administrator John Pistole is remaining quiet on the progress of the long overdue repair station security rule. Speaking last week to the International Aviation Club, Pistole declined to detail whether the rule was ready for Office of Management Budget review – typically the final review before a rule is released. A TSA official late last year hinted that the rule could be released in January. Congress, which nearly a decade ago directed TSA to issue the repair station security ...


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