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  • Transport of firearms aboard aircraft: legislative loopholes

    A week after the tragic shooting at Fort Lauderdale airport in Florida, the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) refuses to comment on a change of the rules in force. Transport of firearms is still allowed, under certain conditions, not only in the United States but also in Europe.

  • Why is Safran selling its I&S subsidiary, ex-Morpho?

    Safran is selling its Identity and Security, ex-Morpho, to the American fund Advent International, who own Oberthur Technologies. The transaction will be finalised in 2017. But why would they do this considering that the security sector is in full bloom? Read the article.

  • Kalashnikovs On Sale in Moscow Airport

    The Russian military arms maker Kalashnikov has just opened a souvenir shop at Sheremetyevo International Airport near Moscow. Guns and assault weapons are on sale but these are, of course, replicas, however disturbingly realistic. This is an astounding decision. See the video (no commentary). Read the article.

  • Istanbul airport attack provisional toll : 41 dead and 239 injured

    Last night, three suicide bombers fired into the crowd at Ataturk Airport in Turkey before blowing themselves up. After Belgium, last March, Turkey has now also been affected by bomb attacks at an airport.

  • Brussels terrorist attacks: a black day

    Early this morning, 22 March, Brussels airport and the city’s underground transportation system were bombed. The result of these terrorist attacks is heavy, with several tens of people having been killed. We review this black day.

  • USA: knives allowed on board !

    By the end of the month the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will allow knives, golf clubs and baseball bats in the cabin; paradoxically, a measure that should enable an increase in aviation safety. In June 2013, the US Government has finally renounced this measure.


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