You might think because TSA grounded nine planes they must have some threat to our national security. Or maybe they found them to be unsafe to fly. Nope. It is because the TSA agents doing a security check used some control sensors to help themselves onto the planes — breaking them.
“Our inspector was following routine procedure for securing the aircraft that were on the tarmac,” Elio Montenegro, a TSA official, told ABCNews.com.
What I don’t get is if these are supposed to be security experts inspecting an aircraft, shouldn’t they know what the parts on an aircraft do? If they can’t even know what parts are critical (and not handholds) how can we trust that anything they are looking at is worthwhile? And not to mention this happened not to one or two planes, but nine.
Source: ABC News via Airliners.net Image: Radio Rover
This is a Astraeus Airlines 757 that the band Iron Maiden painted for their tour.
Will share interesting and new airline liveries when I find them on the new segment: Airline Livery of the Day.
Source: Wiki Image: Tom Turner
If you are looking to save a few bucks on the baggage fees, join the Army! Well really it is for a third piece of luggage since the 1st and 2nd were already free. Not only does this help those soldiers with extra baggage, but it also helps the tax payers since the government would reimburse the soldiers anyhow!
Source: Washington Times Image: caribb
Yesterday a federal judge upheld a gun ban at the world’s busiest airport. A gun rights group had argued that they should be allowed to have guns at the airport, but Judge Shoob stated that guns would cause, “a serious threat to public safety and welfare.”
Source: USAToday Image: glenriley