Lesson 2 – Topic 2: Concerns from the pandemic

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The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically reduced air travel and it significantly impacted the revenues generated by the aviation industry. Despite the on-going crisis industry stakeholders cannot lose focus on security. Threats to aviation continue to evolve, as such airlines, airports, governments, international agencies and independent aviation stakeholders are striving to enhance and develop aviation security capabilities.

Although security challenges and threats might look different during and post the pandemic, the conventional threats remain and the importance of incident management, collaboration and security assurance should not be compromised. In addition, the industry needs to continually adapt to ever changing regulations and challenges that the global security environment presents as they look to expand and evolve their operations.

Strengthened security is always an asset, however amidst this; it can also improve operational efficiencies within your organization, improve the relationship between airports, airlines and aviation authorities as well as enhance customer satisfaction.

News Resource: Airline Industry Statistics Confirm 2020 Was Worst Year on Record