Column: Angry fliers -- not just terrorists -- can use small knives

04/25/2013 | Travel Agent Central

While the Transportation Security Administration has delayed its decision to let some knives back on planes, people should think about how enacting the policy may affect flying. Not only could knives be used to hijack a plane, they could be used by passengers experiencing "air rage."

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