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17. Qantas testing New Passenger Security Screening Technology at Melbourne Airport
Qantas testing New Passenger Security Screening Technology at Melbourne Airport. The Qantas Group is demonstrating new-age security screening technology at the Qantas Domestic Terminal in Melbourne this week. The ProVision Portal is an advanced passenger security-screening device that uses millimetre waves to scan the body and identify all objects concealed on or carried by a perso
18. Increased Security at Suvarnabhumi Airport
Increased Security at Suvarnabhumi Airport. When we visited Suvarnabhumi on 15 March 2010 to evaluate the situation first hand, there was not even a noticeable increase in security on the way into the airport. This however has since changed. With the demonstrations ongoing, and red shirt leaders promising another large demonstration this coming weekend, security at Suvarnabhumi has
19. CAE Appoints Heidi R. Wood as Interim Group President - Defence and Security
CAE has appointed Heidi R. Wood as interim Group President - Defence and Security. Todd Probert, who was appointed to the position of Group President, Defence and Security in January 2020, is stepping down effective 26 June to pursue a job opportunity within the U.S. National Security community.
20. Enhancing Aviation Security Through Global Partnership
IATA has called for a partnership between industry, governments and regulators to enhance aviation security by embracing a globally harmonized, risk-based system. Tyler noted three key areas for improving security cooperation:
21. Qantas and Melbourne Airport Partner IATA and ACI to Pilot Smart Security
Australias Melbourne Airport, Qantas Airways, Airports Council International (ACI), and IATA have signed an agreement to work together to develop a Smart Security pilot program for delivery at Melbourne Airport in 2015. Smart Security is a joint project between IATA and ACI that brings stakeholders together to facilitate the development of innovative solutions to shift todays sec
22. Checkpoint of the Future Becomes Smart Security
Airports Council International (ACI) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) jointly to develop Smart Security. Smart Security replaces the Checkpoint of the Future. The name change reflects the start of a new phase of pilot testing involving first generation checkpoints. Since 2012, components of the Checkpoint have be
23. Tyler calls for Enhanced Security for Global Aviation Industry
Tyler calls for Enhanced Security for Global Aviation Industry. Cathay Pacific Chief Executive Tony Tyler has called on the aviation industry to work towards a more efficient and harmonised process of aviation security that can make life easier for the millions of passengers who keep the industry alive.
24. IATA welcomes French Decision to Implement One-Stop Airport Security
IATA welcomes French Decision to Implement One-Stop Airport Security. In France, One-Stop Security for passengers and their hand luggage will be applied to individual airports this year, starting with Lyon and selected terminals at Paris Charles de Gaulle. IATA estimates that this will impact 6 million passengers and save US$30 million a year with no compromise on the quality of se

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