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IATA backs aviation regulation flexibility during COVID-19 crisis

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has welcomed decisions taken by aviation regulators to provide flexibility to airlines and flight crew during the COVID-19 crisis, whilst urging others to follow suit. Gilberto Lopez Meyer, IATA’s Senior Vice President, Safety and Flight Operations, said: “Safety is the industry’s top priority. Countries have a well-established licensing system…

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Investment in airport security to reach $12.67 billion by 2023

Frost & Sullivan released a report entitled ‘Global Airport Security Technology Market Assessment’ early in March 2015, which found that the airport security market earned revenues of $8.22 billion in 2014 and estimated that this could reach $12.67 billion by 2023. Covering perimeter security, command, control and integration, cybersecurity, communications, surveillance, access control, and screening…

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No magic ‘single bullet’ to combat airport security threats

Following recent analysis from Frost & Sullivan, entitled ‘Global Airport Security Technology Market Assessment’, which found that the airport security market earned revenues of $8.22 billion in 2014 and estimated that will reach $12.67 billion by 2023, we reached out to leaders in the sector to find discover their thoughts on the report’s findings. Paul Baker,…

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Middle East Aviation Security Organises Under Umbrella of ICAO

As official news partner for Intersec, we’ve been taking a close look at the key themes in aviation security in the Middle East and the role the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) plays. The aviation sector in the Middle East is having to adapt to rapid change on two fronts: rapid growth in aviation traffic which…

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