Adam Walsh explores how airports are arming themselves against possible terrorist attacks
Last year’s terrorist attacks at Brussels Airport and Istanbul Atatürk Airport shook the world, prompting many in the aviation industry to sit up and take stock of the safety and security measures currently in place. These events came at a time when many airports were reporting record numbers of passengers, meaning the potential for more people to be harmed should an attack occur.
Addressing the security threat, while managing passenger flow in an emergency situation, is crucial. But the challenge is also to ensure . . .