System access and security remain irrevocably linked two years after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. ``The only precedent we had prior to 9/11 was having to hold for 10 minutes while Air Force One took off and landed,'' NBAA Vice President of Operations Robert Blouin observed. ``Now we're told the `new normal' is restricted airspace and blocks of time [to accommodate] presidential movements, major sporting events, and other events.'' In the shuffle of government agencies and ...

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