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Happy holidays! In this issue Dr. George Brilmyer examines Lithium-ion batteries and risks posed to passengers and crew in the confined spaces of aircraft cabins and cockpits. We remind holiday travelers the international treaties concerning passenger baggage, thanks to Legal News You Can Use columnist Wendy Mia Pardew, Esq. Dr. Daniel Benny of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Worldwide gives flyers and first responders a tune-up on securing an aviation accident scene. Designated Pilot Examiner Jason Blair reminds us that general aviators are one mistake away from being featured on the evening news. Dave Hook considers modern topics to add to the U.S. Transportation Security Administration's next version of it 12-year old Information Publication A-001 Security Guidelines for General Aviation Airports. And VVIP Aerial Hostess Aleca King tells readers why it can be important to let go of things during the holidays. We wish all of our readers and their families joy and happy holidays--the General Aviation Security Staff.
The world's authority on protecting general aviation, General Aviation Security examines the issues and stories dealing with private and corporate aviation, private and general aviation airports, the aviators who fly the aircraft, the mechanics who keep the aircraft flying, and the infrastructures and industries that support general aviation.