Airline Security

In today’s world, we must confront threats and challenges from heightened terrorist activity. Terrorists are willing to give up their lives during an attack with total disregard for the consequences of their action. While the intelligence community thought they could detect and warn security systems of imminent terrorist attacks, this has proven to be a disastrous oversight. This is why it is essential to contact International Global Security.

Since the tragedy of September 11, 2001, America and other Western Nations have stepped up the fight against terrorism, going as far as becoming involvement in the war in Afghanistan in addition to other parts of the world. As a result, airports and airlines around the globe have become attractive targets for attacks by terrorists.

International Global Security recognizes that aviation security is a dynamic field presenting evolving risks and challenges. These require appropriately-tailored responses that attempt to minimize error in random airport checks and concentrate efforts in a systemized, manner for maximum success. International Global Security has 27 years of experience in worldwide counter terrorism. We have developed unique training programs for our security officers that enable them to act at a higher level than average.

Our experience shows that the best defense against potential catastrophe is a fully-integrated security program that carefully and effectively combines, human, architectural, technological and operational elements. In combination, this creates a flexible response system. The nature of the threats facing American airports is key to the security system design and integration.

The Task:

Audit the existing state of airport security operations and design an efficient and effective security system, ensuring maximum safety, while being completely integrated into day-to-day routine. The Program consists of three stages:

Detailed Assessment

The detailed assessment examines:

    • Destruction of aircraft with passengers and on-board crew, on the ground or in-flight
    • Hijacking
    • Attacks on passengers on the ground before boarding aircraft, by explosion or direct armed attacks
    • Attacks on airline and airport personnel, crews or administrative staff

Opertional Plan

The detailed report encompasses:

    • Definition of specific threats confronting airlines and airports
    • Study of present security objectives, standards and policies
    • Identification of problematic areas
    • Analysis of routine and emergency procedures
    • Review of screening process and training of employees
    • Examination of on-ground technical equipment
    • Review of security measures at airports of call (passenger screening, baggage and cargo, protection of check-in counters, gates, aircraft and airport terminal)
    • In-flight protection
    • Security of the airline offices and sales outlets
    • Recommendations
    • Plan agenda
    • Pre-employment policies & procedures
    • Staff competency levels
    • Review suitability of EDS & security equipment
    • Terrorism & anti-terrorism considerations
    • Existence of a clear recovery plan


The recommendations include:

    • Mechanism to implement solutions to most urgent problems
    • Preparation of a daily routine and emergency procedures
    • Recommendations for perimeter security of airfield, hangars and terminal
    • Recommendations for security measures at entrances and inside terminal
    • Recommendations for protection of aircraft on the ground, cargo and mail
    • Recommendations for pre-boarding screening system, which includes passenger interviews and specific luggage screening, as required
    • Installation of required security systems, including specialized luggage and passenger screening equipment
    • Establishing an airport security database
    • Design and implementation of courses for security staff
    • On-going supervision of the system, to eliminate possibility of efficiency breakdown

Time at a Boca Raton airport is always of the essence when it comes to having detailed and effective safety measures in place. Contact International Global Security to learn more about our response and safety assessments and planning.

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