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Aviation Insecurity The New Challenges of Air Travel

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ISBN-10: 1591020743

ISBN-13: 9781591020745

Edition: 2003

Authors: Andrew R. Thomas

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The events of September 11 compelled the American public to look at air travel as much more than merely another way of getting from point A to point B. An industry that was previously viewed as a routine component of modern transport is now seen as both a vital national asset and vulnerable security risk. In this probing critique of aviation security since 9/11, Andrew Thomas, a globally recognised aviation security expert, examines the recent overhaul of the national aviation security system.
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Book details

List price: $22.99
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Prometheus Books, Publishers
Publication date: 5/1/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 260
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

Andrew R. Thomas is the managing director for Erhart Enterprises, S.A., a worldwide distributor of commercial and industrial products.

Set Up to Fail
How Could This Have Happened?
The Culture of Compromise
The Great Bailout
The Aviation Security Response to 9/11
The Business of Aviation and the New Security Regimen
Concerns about the New Aviation Security System
A New Set of Eyes
Risk Analysis and Aviation Security
Aviation and Violence
Vulnerabilities of the Aviation Security System
Aviation Security Measures
Making Sense of It All
Key Aviation Security Documents
FAA Executive Summary of September 11, 2001
FAA Bulletin Number FSAT 97-01
August 13, 1998, Letter from Willie J. Gripper Jr.
May 7, 2001, Letter from Brian F. Sullivan to U.S. Senator John Kerry
May 30, 2001, Letter from Michael Canavan
August 16, 2001, E-mail from Brian F. Sullivan to Michael Canavan
August 22, 2001, E-mail from Michael Canavan to Brian F. Sullivan
September 22, 2001, E-mail from Michael Canavan to FAA Security Personnel
INS Policy for Escorting Illegal Aliens
Aviation Insecurity Newsletter