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General Aviation security in the united stated is at a high risk Most General aviation airport have little to no security Having no security is a threat to the vastly changing aviation world and can be harmful like it has been in past event Security is a slow and questionable process we have the technology why dont we use it Since general aviation is the post popular kind of aviation in the United States why shouldnt it be more heavily secured By looking at the faults in security and allocating more funds for safety measures security in both General Aviation and commercial airports can be changed for the better The aviation industry is an actively changing place one day always is different from the next The aviation industry has had its ups and down but it always maintains and changes according to what is going on with present events One of the most important fields in aviation is safety and security Safety and security have been modified from many past events however modifications do not always help the industry or make things better There are many things in place to protect the skies lives and other entities that can be affected by security Aviation is upheld by the Department of Homeland Security DHS Transportation Safety Administration TSA and past events such as 911 and Pan Am flight 101 General Aviation GA almost has no requirements and is often tied with corporate companies What does the future security look like for General Aviation and corporate flights Is there a drastic change in the future or none at all This paper will talk about past events entities tied into to security and the lack of security for GA airports and corporate flights In the early morning of September 11th 2001 security in airports and the aviation industry failed in the United States Many airplanes were hijacked by terrorists who knew how to fly commercial jets and
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