Directive takes first steps that will kill general aviation, pilot says

The hangers and lone runway of Mack Mesa Airport, a small general aviation airport west of Highline Lake, are visible past the wings and wires of Randy Miller’s 1942 Stearman biplane as he comes in for a landing.



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The hangers and lone runway of Mack Mesa Airport, a small general aviation airport west of Highline Lake, are visible past the wings and wires of Randy Miller’s 1942 Stearman biplane as he comes in for a landing.

A pending security directive affecting the people who fly private planes is itself so secret that the people who stand to be most affected have never even seen it. A Transportation Security…




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