Terrorism in aviation: going on holiday? Young travellers take longer to pass through security.

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Title: Terrorism in aviation: going on holiday? Young travellers take longer to pass through security.
Author: Woods, Steve
Abstract: Abstract The focus of this paper is to share research carried out over a four year period to assess passengers experience and opinions of security measures’ Airside’ at UK airports introduced as a result of terrorism since 9/11. The respondent profile was university students, 93% of whom were aged between 18-25. A survey was carried out between 2011 and 2014 at Leeds Beckett University of 711 respondents who have had 3867 security experiences, both leaving and returning to UK airports. All major UK airports were included in the survey. The data suggests younger passengers do take longer to pass through security and there are significant differences of opinion between whites and non-white on who should be profiled for security screening
Date: 2017-06-17


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