The discovery that terrorists had shipped explosive devices on UPS and FedEx planes points to weaknesses in security in the massive -- and massively complex -- international air cargo industry, which is seen as the most vulnerable link in aviation security. And because of that, another round of new security standards might come soon. To get a sense of how higher security standards will impact an industry built around speed, efficiency and economy, NPR's Michele Norris talks to Stephen Flynn, president of the Center for National Policy.
Bombs Point To Weaknesses In Air Cargo Security
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