Business aviation interests have taken the initiative to propose a realistic FAR Part 91 operator security vetting process to the TSA -- which, to its credit, has accepted it on a trial basis. Termed TSAAC (``TEE-sac''), for Transportation Security Administration Access Certificate, the security plan could eventually serve as a template for all Part 91 operations within the National Airspace System (NAS). At press time, the first six Access Certificates (ACs) had been approved by TSA for ...

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