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It's the section most people skip to first; they are the pages we get chased for ever before the issue is due out; and, the contents represent the reality of the broad spectrum of security challenges our industry faces. Every issue Air Watch provides our readership with news of the incidents of hijacking and sabotage, occurences of unruly passenger behaviour, verdicts in trials and sentences given, threats issued, and some of the happenings which just cannot be otherwise classified. Skyjacks, bombings, brawls, bomb hoxes, rocket attacks, intoxicated passengers, assaults, cyber attacks, insider crime, acts of cockpit laser illumination and close encounters with drones...Air Watch is your round-up of the news from the two-month period preceeding each issue.
On 17th February 2014, Hailemedhin Abera Tegegn hijacked an Ethiopian Airlines flight, on which he was serving as First Officer, to Geneva. Tegegn exploited the window of opportunity afforded him when the Captain [...]
Advances in and the proliferation of closed-circuit television (CCTV) provide a wealth of information which could aid the security of airports. In the United Kingdom, recent comments by the Surveillance Camera Commissioner and several police [...]
I’m perplexed. Within 24 hours of the premature announcement that Andreas Lubitz had intentionally flown Germanwings flight 4U9525 into the Alps, airlines, regulators and governments were announcing the introduction of new rules by [...]
Unfortunately, many of us have observed unruly passengers on flights. Their behaviour can vary from being damn right obnoxious and criminal to disturbing the ambient atmosphere in the cabin. At a basic level, the traditional [...]
Many passenger terminals operating today were designed before the current threat environment had evolved. For decades terminal road systems and car parks have been constructed immediately adjacent to the front of the terminal providing passenger [...]
Philip Baum has been the Editor in Chief for over 15 years and is regarded as one of the most well informed AVSEC media contacts in the world. He is often the first and main contact for the National Media especially after an incident and called upon for advice by the industry in general.
EDITORIAL STEERING COMMITTEE
Philip Baum works with this prestigious and informed committee of AVSEC experts to ensure ASI’s coverage and direction is as accurate and informative as possible.
Victor Anderes - Executive Vice President, Global Elite Group
Geoffrey D Askew AM - Askew & Associates
Tony Blackiston - Head Corporate Security, Cathay Pacific Airlines
Andy Blackwell - Head of Security and Resilience, Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd.
Michael Breadmore - Professor, School of Chemistry University of Tasmania, Hobart
Nina Brooks - Director, Borders and Security, InterVISTAS Consulting Inc.
Yves Duguay - President, Heimdall-Cissonius Inc.
Matthew Finn - Managing Director, Augmentiq
Abdulla al Hashimi - Chief of Group Security, Emirates Airlines
Alan (Avi) Kirschenbaum - Senior Research Fellow, Technion Israel Institute of Technology
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