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Airport Policy and Aviation Security Newsletter
Reason Foundation's Airport Policy and Security Newsletter examines the latest airport news and developments. From passenger screening to registered traveler to airport privatization, Reason's Robert Poole analyzes the latest trends and breaking news.
- Airport Policy and Security News #85
GAO misses key points in screening report, "Up-gauging" and congested airports, Airport privatization in Europe, LaGuardia terminal PPP, Canada's expensive airports, Gate-based screening?
December 18, 2012
- Airport Policy and Security News #84
Global gateways, PreCheck problems, Regional jets, Backscatter scanners, Risk-based cargo policies, and more
November 5, 2012
- Airport Policy and Security News #83
Slot-controlled airports, runway pricing, airport screening and 9/11
October 8, 2012
- Airport Policy and Security News #82
Aviation Security Needs Rethinking, Says Rand Experts
September 11, 2012
- Airport Policy and Security News #81
San Juan airport privatization winner announced and airports opting out of TSA screening
July 25, 2012
- Airport Policy and Security News Issue #80
ACRP issues report on U.S. airport privatization, TSA wants more flyers in PreCheck
June 6, 2012
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #79
Privatized cargo airport, Passenger record sharing and potential high-speed rail competition for aviation
May 8, 2012
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #78
Airports as deregulation victims?, Airport privatization, Body scanners and TSA PreCheck still needs work
April 3, 2012
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #77
Airports short-changed by FAA reauthorization, Airport privatization news from Europe, Congress backs screening opt-out
March 7, 2012
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #76
Trusted Traveler expansion, Australia's light-handed airport regulation, Spain's ghost airports
February 8, 2012
- Airport Policy and Security Newsletter #75
Secondary barriers more cost-effective than air marshals, EU airlines protest high speed rail subsidies, TSA checked-luggage screening fiasco
January 10, 2012
In poll after poll, Americans reject policies that might put U.S. troops in harm's way.
The romantic, popular conception of the city bears increasingly little resemblance to Los Angeles today.
Vaguely written laws give federal prosecutors the power to target hackers at will.
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