Posted on July 30th, 2010
The TSA is eliminating the requirement for companies using business aviation to obtain international waivers for flights into the U.S. This move will reduce the administrative burden and costly travel delays that have beset the waiver program in recent years, while preserving stringent security protocols for U.S.-bound flights, NBAA said. Under a new procedure that will take effect September 1, the TSA will conduct its security review by using data from e-APIS, which is collected by U.S. Customs.
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