Presidential Aviation has expanded its private jet charter service to Washington, D.C. The private jet charter provider has permission from the TSA and FAA to land at Ronald Reagan National Airport (KDCA). After the 9/11 attacks, the TSA began restricting general aviation flights to the airport. Flights to KDCA are required to give notice to the TSA and FAA to land and be accompanied by an armed security officer. Passengers are required to arrive through a TSA-approved gateway airport ...

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