Fri, Jun 27, 2003
Aero-News: Quote of the Day
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history that have a bearing on the day's events and
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quote that makes a day particularly interesting or
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Aero-News Quote of the Day
"We will ensure that this language, while outstanding in
nature, is not misconstrued by our federal aviation security
regulators as they continue to look at promulgating new security
mandates for the general aviation industry."
Source: James Coyne, President of the National
Air Transportation Association, commeniting on H.R. 2144, the
"Aviation Security Technical Corrections and Improvement Act,"
which requires the Department of Homeland Security to
"issue regulations allowing non-scheduled air carriers to operate
at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport under a security
program" approved by DHS.
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