Major incidents that shaped aviation security

@article{Klenka2019MajorIT,
  title={Major incidents that shaped aviation security},
  author={Michal Klenka},
  journal={Journal of Transportation Security},
  year={2019},
  volume={12},
  pages={39-56}
}
  • Michal Klenka
  • Published 1 June 2019
  • Computer Science, Political Science
  • Journal of Transportation Security
This article is giving an overview about major incidents in civil aviation, that have shaped the aviation security policies over the course of time. It begins with industry threats and security breaches (hijackings and terrorism), the counter measures and policy decisions are giving an example of changing the aviation security. The article continues with analysing the impact of 9/11, but also the current threats to civil aviation and the international efforts in combating them. The objective is… 
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