TSA’s Brand

Passing through Portland’s PDX Airport, I was struck by this ad for SeaPort Airlines:

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Things are pretty bad for TSA when right after “faster travel,” a company lists “No TSA” as its second value proposition. (Bottom left corner.)

It’s actually sort of impressive how much hate and resentment the TSA has built in the few long years of its existence.

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  1. This is why the TSA now wants to extend their scope to cover General Aviation as well as the airlines. Many pilots in the USA are now very very concerned that these idiots will be climbing around and breaking their aircraft, not just airliners :(

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