2013 Aviation Security Conference
Two Day Conference - 13- 14 November 2013
Airports rank as some of the most secure public facilities in the world today, yet these major transport hubs and the airlines that serve them, remain a potent target for those with intent to do harm.
The industry continues to battle with the conflicting issues of meeting increasingly onerous security requirements whilst maintaining a public friendly but operationally viable travel experience. Our renowned gathering of the world’s leading aviation security experts convenes annually to assess the regulatory framework, identify potential operational issues, discuss best practice and determine what modification may be needed.
The 2013 conference agenda brought the regulatory body face to face with airports and airlines to specifically debate the effects of relentless passenger growth, the evolving threat outlook and the implications for passenger facilitation and cargo screening, amongst numerous other pertinent topics the industry faces on a daily basis.
Government agencies and trade associations included names such as: Department for Transport, Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure, UK Border Agency, Airport Operators Association (AOA), European Cockpit Association (ECA), along with leading private sector operators Gatwick Airport and UPS.