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could participate. Which raises the question asked by many: Should any change be mandatory or voluntary? Another significant drawback would be regulatory creep. If FBOs and ground handling businesses at Part 1542 airports are regulated, efforts to regulate these businesses nationwide could follow. Is getting a seat at the table for Part 1542 airport security matters worth starting down what may be a very slippery slope for the entire industry?
However you may side on the topic, one thing is clear: careful consideration must be given to determining if it is in the best interest of those ground handling companies serving Part 1542 commercial airports to become regulated entities. I’d like to hear what you, our NATA members, think about this issue. Let me know your viewpoint, pro or con, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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