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British Government Seeks To Access Airline PNRs As Its New Passport Fails Security Tests

Web: www.fishfoto.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 6/08/2008 – British Government Seeks To Access Airline PNRs As Its New Passport Fails Security Tests As security tightens around the world the British government is now seeking to gain access to airline Passenger-Name-Records (PNRs) as a method of tracking criminals. Under the current European Union (EU) law, governments may…

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Flying With Fish Featured On A Canadian National Radio Show Today……Tune In!

Web: www.fishfotoworldwide.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 31/07/2008 – Flying With Fish Featured On A Canadian National Radio Show Today……Tune In! This morning the Charles Adler Show contacted me, a talk radio show broadcast across Canada, to discuss the topic of passenger personal security. With the rate of airport thefts increasing and the tactics used by airport…

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Are Thieves Using Self Check-in Kiosks?

Web: www.fishfotoworldwide.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 29/07/2008 – Are Thieves Using Self Check-in Kiosks? In the past week Canadian low cost airline WestJet stopped allowing passengers to check-in with their credit cards as the self check-in kiosks. WestJet is not trying to be difficult, they are not trying to force you to wait in line for…

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Airline Missile Defense System Takes Flight With First Commercial Passenger Flight

Web: www.twitter.com/flyingwithfish — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 16/07/2008 – Airline Missile Defense System Takes Flight With First Commercial Passenger Flight This morning an American Airlines (AA) Boeing 767-223 (762), departing New York’s JFK International Airport (JFK), for it’s 5-hour 34-minute flight to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The AA 762 slowly pushed back from Terminal 8’s Gate…

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