LASP

Editorials

Who Works for Who?

Can you feel it? There seems to be change in the air. Maybe it is more than just a feeling.

Change isn’t always easy, and as a result many don’t like it. I tend to find change to be a good thing, especially in this case given what the citizens of our country have had to endure due to criminal mismanagement and outright greed over the past few years.

Editorials

Who Works for Who?

Can you feel it? There seems to be change in the air. Maybe it is more than just a feeling.

Change isn’t always easy, and as a result many don’t like it. I tend to find change to be a good thing, especially in this case given what the citizens of our country have had to endure due to criminal mismanagement and outright greed over the past few years.

Airport Support

TSA – Withdraw The Unnecessary Security Directives

Secretary Janet Napolitano
Department of Homeland Security
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Washington, DC 20528
May 5, 2009

RE: LASP and SD 1542-08F

Secretary Napolitano,
I am writing to you on behalf of the board of directors, and the membership of the California Pilots Association (CALPILOTS). As a non-profit volunteer organization, the California Pilots Association’s mission is as an advocate for California’s general aviation (GA) airports as well as pilot rights.

We stand together with the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA), the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA), and the National Business Aircraft Association (NBAA) and more than 55,000 active pilots in California against the LASP and SD 1542-08F directives in their present form.