The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has officially withdrawn a proposed Large Aircraft Security Program (LASP). Introduced in October 2008, LASP would have imposed new, onerous and largely unworkable security regulations on general aviation. The proposal included provisions for aircraft operators requiring criminal history record checks for flight crews, checking of passenger names against No-Fly and Selectee Lists, compliance with the Prohibited Items List for scheduled airlines, as well as biennial auditing of an operator’s security program. Certain airports serving these operators would have been required to adopt a security program. NBAA led efforts to rewrite the proposal to reflect the unique nature of general aviation.