US’ Transportation Security Administration will begin training screeners at Boston Logan International Airport to assess passenger behaviour (AP, 01-Aug-2011). Under the new programme, behavioural officers will ask passengers questions and study their responses. Those who exhibit “suspicious” behaviour, such as avoiding eye contact or struggling to answer, will be taken aside for additional screening. Sixty TSA staff are scheduled to take part in the training.
TSA trains Boston Logan screeners in behaviourial detection
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Aviation industry leaders and stakeholders will debate the shape of aviation in the Americas in a post Trump world. There is only one event in North America this year offering great insights into new trends and challenges emerging from the new US presidential administration and the churning global aviation markets. This takes place at the annual CAPA Americas Aviation Summit, to be held in Orlando, Florida on 4/5-April-2017.
The next few years for aviation in the Americas are filled with uncertainties, ranging from potential fallout from President Trump’s trade and travel policies to Brexit and the future shape and direction of US-China aviation relations.
“Information is the resolution of uncertainty” - Claude Shannon. Don’t miss this opportunity to gather crucial intelligence necessary for shaping the Americas aviation industry during the next decade.
Highlights from the comprehensive summit include: