Friday, April 3, 2009

Airport Security

The Minister who is supposed to be responsible for Canada's airports finds out there are problems with security at Pearson in Toronto--our biggest.

It's a lot easier to hassle passengers, who expect to have severely limited access to the airport facility, than staff, who by definition have much wider access. Locked doors are an inconvenience, etc., and genuine security checks on new hires, and on people with access to planes and cargo, are very expensive.

The whole range of air cargo shipments are simply less secure than passenger travel.

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