Originally posted by Zaphod58
reply to post by GreenGlassDoor
I know EXACTLY what they did. I helped train many of them on some of the security equipment. And they did the exact same thing after 9/11. You can try
to say I'm wrong all you want, but when you buy that ticket for that flight, you agree to any procedure deemed necessary. It's in the fine print of
the ticket, along with just about every other conceivable thing they could think of including how much your bag is worth on an international flight,
and how much they have to pay you.
Now you're trying to change your original statement and backing away from the airline-government cabal.
Moreover, I think you are misremembering some things.
Go read AC 107-1
. It outlines
the FAA security procedures. They only had an administrative role in security, not the actual implementation and execution. So I really doubt the
FAA was at your airport doing security sweeps.
To curb that you might say, "Oh, this is old! It was written in 1972!", it was used all the way to 9/11. Here is the
citing it in July of 2001.