US Transportation Security Administration has not improved aviation security greatly since 9/11 and there are still some "gaping holes" that need to be addressed, a pilot union trade group said yesterday. According to the "Aviation Security Report Card" presented by the Coalition of Airline Pilots Assns., airline security still gets failing grades in more than a dozen subject areas, including screening airport and airline employees, screening cargo, biometric credentialing for crewmembers, ...

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