No, no one disputes that over Bush's August vacation he was handed reports that told of possible terror attacks using planes, but no further information was given, Like a lot of information, it wasn't terribly specific.
Don't forget, at the time, we had quite a few hijackings of planes and ships going on, using planes as bombs wasn't on the menu, using planes as leverage was.
I don't know if Bush cared or not, he never read them. Bush had an intense dislike and disrespect for Clinton and didn't want anything left of anything to do with the Clinton administration. To the point of releasing those stories about the Clinton staff damaging government property.
It took the release of the GAO reports to clear that one up.
And the report on terrorists planning attacks on planes went into the same garbage bin.