Posts Tagged ‘security’
 

 

Today in Aviation History: February 5th

The world's first airline launches passenger service, US starts inspecting baggage, a B-47 loses a nuke, TWA starts transatlantic flights, two transcontinental flying speed records are set and more...
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A Burkhart Grob glider (N404DW) basks in the sun at Katama Airpark, Marthas Vineyard, Mass. (Photo by Matt Molnar)

Europe Bans X-Ray Scanners, Lady Gaga Channels Pan Am Flight Attendant: Final Call

Europe bans x-ray scanners, Gaga catches Pan Am fever, TSA under congressional scrutiny, and more...
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The US Navy Blue Angels flyby in tight formation

Virgin America’s Website Disaster Continues: Final Call

Virgin America's tech debacle reaches its third week, a collector accidentally ships a bomb through O'Hare, an American MD-80 hits a firetruck at DFW, and more...
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Boston Bomber Planned Remote Control Plane-Bomb Attacks on Pentagon and U.S. Capitol

A Massachusetts man was arrested and charged Wednesday with plotting to launch airborne bomb attacks on the Pentagon and U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, D.C.
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New York Cops Able to Shoot Down a Plane Says Commissioner

In a television interview first aired on Sunday, New York City Police Department Commissioner Ray Kelly said that his department would have the ability to shoot down a plane if needed.
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