Posted by: athomas
As fentanyl transport, sale, and use becomes ubiquitous in America, smuggling of the deadly substance on commercial flights is more common: even among flight crew.

We are setting ourselves up for an intentional or unintentional release of this weapon of mass destruction within the air transport system...

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As noted here previously, many travelers have taken full advantage of the "support animal" provision and used it to simply bring their favorite pets onboard a flight.

We see these fakers all the time in airport terminals across the country.

Fortunately for "snake- aphobes", the TSA outed this one before it got too far.

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Posted by: athomas
2022 was a banner year for passengers and their handguns.

More than 6,000 were discovered by TSA.

Incredibly, nearly 90% were loaded.

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Posted by: athomas
As air travel returns to "normal", things are starting to amp-up once again.

Air rage incidents are becoming more frequent and intense.

This is a disturbing one...
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Not a smart move, Brah...

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Try to stay clear of a woman and her vomiting child...

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Posted by: athomas
An off-duty flight attendant was busted in San Diego for trying to smuggle a 3.3 lb package of fentanyl on her person through the TSA "Flight Crew Only" checkpoint.

Fentanyl is a game-changer in the evolving risk profile of aviation security.

Given that vast quantities of this most-toxic substance are now being warehoused across the U.S., an intentional or unintentional dispersion in an airport or on-board an aircraft would have serious consequences.

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Posted by: athomas
Ah... one of those entitled Lulu Lemon-wearing, dog-worshiping travelers who cares about no one; throws a water bottle at a fellow passenger, and goes into an F-bomb laced rage.

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Posted by: athomas
Drug abuse of all kinds have always been a cause of some air rage cases. In this case, magic mushrooms seem to have been the trigger.

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