Posts Tagged ‘TSA’

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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A Culture Lost – Five Ways Federal Air Marshals Have Changed Since 9/11

The Federal Air Marshal Service has a long and storied history. Unfortunately, much of the culture gained over the first 40 years that air marshals existed has been lost in the post-9/11 world.
by Clay Biles

Global Entry Enrollment Office at JFK. Credit: Yelp

Signing Up For Global Entry- A First Hand Account

After several months of listening to “you don’t have Global Entry?” I finally decided to pull the trigger and sign up for the “trusted traveler” program. For those of you that may not have heard of...
by Jason Rabinowitz



US Army Private Arrested for Attempting to Smuggle Explosives Onto Airliner

A U.S. soldier has been arrested and charged with attempting to board a United Airlines flight while possessing a small amount of explosives, prosecutors in Arizona confirmed on Thursday.
by BNO News


@NYCAviation Appears in CNN Segment About TSA Document Leak

If you happened to be watching CNN around 3:30 Eastern this afternoon, you may have seen our Twitter page being interviewed by Rick Sanchez about the TSA's leaked document debacle.
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