Aviation Security: Hearing Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, United States Senate, One Hundred First Congress, First Session, Special Hearing

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Page 95 - cartel" which is already in the formative stage is a step in the right direction, but it does not go far enough, nor is it broad enough in scope.
Page 108 - The carrier is not liable if he proves that he and his agents have taken all necessary measures to avoid the damage or that it was impossible for him or them to take such measures.
Page 61 - Code, and to those portions of the legislative and judicial branches and of the government of the District of Columbia having positions in the competitive service. (b) Agencies not covered. This...
Page 113 - United States Senate The Honorable Claiborne Pell Chairman, Committee on Foreign Relations United States Senate The Honorable Jamie L.
Page 123 - Mr. Chairman, I am Captain Henry A. Duffy, President of the Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), which represents 34,000 pilots on 49 airlines.
Page 101 - ... BEHAVIOR OF GOVERNMENTS THROUGH ACTS OF VIOLENCE AGAINST COMMERCIAL AVIATION. MODIFICATION OF GOVERNMENT POLICY IS THEIR REAL GOAL, COMMERCIAL AVIATION MERELY THE SURROGATE TARGET. MEETING THIS NEW THREAT BOTH WARRANTS AND REQUIRES GREATER GOVERNMENT INVOLVEMENT IN AIRLINE SECURITY. THE US GOVERNMENT MUST GO BEYOND ITS TRADITIONAL REGULATORY ROLE AND BECOME AN ACTIVE PARTNER OF THE AIRLINES IN SECURITY. I HAVE FOUR SPECIFIC RECOMMENDATIONS FOR IMPROVING AIRPORT SECURITY, TO OFFER HERE TODAY.
Page 125 - Airport, representing the Airport Operators Council International and the American Association of Airport Executives.
Page 90 - AVIATION ADMINISTRATION (FAA) SHOULD BE DIRECTED BY THE SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION OR CONGRESS TO IMMEDIATELY CONCENTRATE EXISTING SECURITY RESOURCES WHERE THEY ARE NEEDED MOST. IN RECENT YEARS CONGRESS INCREASED FAA'S SECURITY BUDGET, AND MORE SECURITY INSPECTORS AND FEDERAL AIR MARSHALS SUBSEQUENTLY WERE HIRED. (THEY) SHOULD BE ASSIGNED TO GROUND SECURITY DUTIES... IN EUROPE, THE MIDDLE EAST, AND THE FAR EAST. THOSE ARE THE AREAS WHERE THE THREAT OF TERRORISM IS GREATEST AND WHERE THE PRESENCE...
Page 101 - ... THREATS OF SABOTAGE AGAINST INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION. THE EXPLOSION ABOARD PAN AM FLIGHT 103 WAS A PAINFUL REMINDER OF THE VULNERABILITY OF A FREE SOCIETY TO TERRORIST ATTACKS. THE US AIRLINES WITH SERVICE OVERSEAS HAVE HAD EXTRAORDINARY SECURITY MEASURES IN EFFECT FOR THE PAST THREE YEARS AT 44 HIGH RISK AIRPORTS. MOST OF WHICH ARE LOCATED IN EUROPE AND THE MIDDLE EAST. YET, DESPITE THOSE EFFORTS, SOMEONE, OR SOME GROUP. SUCCEEDED IN SABOTAGING FLIGHT 103 AND TRAGICALLY ENDING THE LIVES...

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