Private Plane Advocates Question Focus on Security Answering new calls for tougher security at the nation's general aviation airports, private plane enthusiasts say fears that smaller planes will be used in terrorist attacks are overblown.
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Private Plane Advocates Question Focus on Security

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Private Plane Advocates Question Focus on Security

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Answering new calls for tougher security at the nation's general aviation airports, private plane enthusiasts say fears that smaller planes will be used in terrorist attacks are overblown.