GA, the last bastion of travel freedom, is under subtle attack. Something really stinks about the Tupelo “crash threat” nonsense.
Michael Canders, director of the Aviation Center at Farmingdale State College in New York, called the incident “a wake-up call” for general aviation airports and their staff.
Goelz said the FAA and Department of Homeland Security would likely examine the incident and issue guidance focused on tightening up security, a potentially costly prospect.
Potentially costly to one of the last remaining freedom’s Americans don’t even know they have.