Securing the skies: airports and the fight against terrorism
journal contributionposted on 2012-06-20, 12:48 authored by Lucy Budd
Few people, it seems, have a good word to say about airport security. Interminable queues, brusque security staff, confusing or contradictory regulations and intrusive body searches are just some of the complaints that are often articulated. However, while airports and commercial aircraft remain targets for terrorist activity, robust security screening and the intensive surveillance of passengers, airport employees, and airline staff will remain a vital, if much maligned, part of modern air travel.
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CitationBUDD, L.C.S., 2008. Securing the skies: airports and the fight against terrorism. Airports of the World, 20, pp. 34-39.
Publisher© Key Publishing Limited
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NotesThis article was accepted for publication in the journal, Airports of the World: http://www.airportsworld.com/ Please note that this work is unavailable for publication in any commercial form without the prior permission of the publisher.