Air Security InitiativesStarting To Take Off

There were some very encouraging signs last week that air transport industry officials and regulators are moving quickly to shore up security in airports and aboard planes in the wake of terrorist attacks last month.

In our editorials over the past two editions, we’ve called for far more professional screening of passengers and luggage prior to boarding, the placement of an armed sky marshal on every commercial flight, the arming of pilots and the reinforcement of cockpit doors, all to prevent further hijackings or other security breaches. We were far from alone with these recommendations.

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