GA access to DCA may improve

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) wants to improve on the number of general aviation flights into Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) under post-Sept. 11 security requirements, according to a story from Aviation International News, which notes the agency will hold a “mini-summit” with stakeholders next month to find out what works and what doesn’t in the “burdensome” DCA Access Standard Security Program.

The story notes that while GA is entitled to 48 slots per day at DCA, last year there were just 130 GA flights. Read the full report here.

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