An unexpected fallout from the September 2001 terrorist attacks has been a heightened interest in business aviation, largely in response to the passenger security and safety the medium has come to represent. Convenience and privacy -- even in the face of possible mandatory passenger manifest declarations -- rank high, too, especially within the post-September 11 paradigm of airline security checks, long lines and two-hour check-in procedures. But the vulnerability suddenly felt by most ...

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