Airline Security Since 9/11


Free Resource (#329) - June 14th, 2007
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Airline Security: Where Are We?

In a streaming video lecture presented by MIT World, the always charismatic Arnold Barnett uses statistical data to gauge whether or not airline security has improved in the wake of 9/11. Barnett goes over the pros and cons of what major airlines have added to their security measures but also gives special attention to the telling provisions that were taken away. What you learn here may be surprising, as Barnett thoroughly illustrates through various examples why traveling by air, while safer in many ways, is still unquestionably a risk.

Airline Security: Where Are We?

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