Overreacting to Risk Posed by General Aviation

Blogger Lane Wallace writes that an article critical of general aviation in the Atlantic magazine was “overreacting with a sledgehammer to the relatively small risk that general aviation airplanes pose.” According to Wallace, fencing off small airports and requiring extensive security would “kill the magic itself.” TheAtlantic.com/James Fallows blog
(Editor’s Note: Some worthwhile reading here)

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