Security

Evacuations and lockdowns: how Germany’s top hubs handle breaches

When it comes to airport security in Germany, there are no risks taken and no precautions spared, even if it affects hundreds of flights and thousands of passengers....


Australian airports to undergo massive security upgrade

Under a massive security overhaul, Australian airport security upgrades will be slated in the federal budget, Home Affairs Minister confirmed on May 7, 2018....


From security checks to duty-free: why customer service matters

It was in the sixties when the airlines took customer service to another level by introducing helpful, smiling stewardesses in mini outfits. The times have changed since then, and while stewardess are still in charge of making a passenger’s trip pleasant, the situation on the ground might be much different. AeroTime talked with Ville Levaniemi, the co-founder and Executive VP of HappyOrNot, a company that provides customer service improveme...


Opinion: U.S. national security focuses on power competition

The Pentagon shifts its focus from terrorists to Russia and China in its latest national security strategy....


Israeli airlines pull flights for lack of security personnel

Israeli airlines forced to cancel international flights due to shortage of security personnel. Sun d’Or is pulling three routes and Israir one for summer 2018. ...


Russia to resume flights to Egypt if security agreement is signed

Russia expects Egypt to sign a newly prepared aviation security agreement, which would allow the two countries to resume flights between Moscow and Cairo....


Heathrow launches probe after major security breach

Heathrow Airport launches an investigation after a USB memory stick with the airport security information was found on the street in London by a random passerby. ...


Dubai Airport to Replace Security Checks With Face-Scanning Tunnels

The Dubai International Airport has developed a new virtual aquarium tunnel to make the security check process far more appealing....