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Airport Master Plans: Overviews of Qatar's New Doha International Airport (DIA) and Ontario International Airport (ONT) in Ontario California
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A 6 page discussion of the importance of master plans in airport design and function. This paper provides insight into the specifics included in the master plans for these two facilities. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PPairprt.rtf

Airport Security
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A 6 page paper which discusses airport security over the past few decades. The paper presents a brief history of airport security prior to the devastating events of September 11, 2001, and then discusses possible improvements and the future of airport security. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: RAairprt.doc

Airport Security
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This 10 page paper examines airport security since 9/11. How a new airport should be designed to consider both safety and comfort is discussed. Airport layout, equipment, employee checks and so forth are all topics included. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: SA535Air.rtf

Airport Security And Management
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A 16 page paper. Airport security has changed in the United States and other countries since the September 11 attacks. Had certain technology, like face recognition, been installed, at least two of the hijacker may never have boarded the plane. Many different systems have been proposed and some have been initiated. For example, the airport in Amsterdam installed iris scanning technology for passengers who fly a great deal. A similar pilot program was installed in one terminal at JFK is using iris scanning for employees. This paper discusses the types of biometric devices that are being considered and/or that have been installed and where they are being used to improve airport security. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: PGairsec.rtf

Airport Security Measures And The Impact Upon Operations Management
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7 pages in length. The extent to which the airport industry environment is different now than prior to September 11, 2001 illustrates the significant lengths to which the nation's security system has been augmented. This vast development in the wake of America's worst terrorist attack in history is, however, said to be just as inefficient and incapable of averting another 911 episode as what existed before the fateful day; that the airport industry has strategically bolstered itself has made all personnel more keenly aware of the potential for a repeat performance, yet the ultimate performance of these presidential instituted mandates and the Transportation Security Administration role continues to leave gapping holes in the overall objective toward national protection. On a smaller scale, however, advancement is being made in certain areas where tremendous sweeps are not expected to occur – such as onboard – where a smaller cluster of people is able to make a bigger, more immediately visible and overall impact. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: TLCAport.rtf

Airport Security, Long Lines And Solutions
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A 4 page paper identifies the reasons for those long lines that could take hours to get through. The writer asserts it is not just greater security since 9/11; there are other reasons. A recommendation dramatically speed the process is offered.
Filename: PGairsc2.rtf

AIRPORTS AND AIRLINE BANKRUPTCIES
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This 3-page paper focuses on the effect of airline bankrupties on airports. As airports are, in effect, the "landlords" of air carriers, a Chapter 11 filing can have some problems on airports. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: MTairair.rtf

Alaska Airlines Flight 261
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9 pages in length. The tragic crash of Alaska Airlines Flight 261 was caused by a jackscrew/gimbal nut assembly from the horizontal stabilizer failure. According to such sources as the National Transportation Safety Board and the FAA, this paper will provide an indepth look at the cause and possible preventions that could have taken place in this fateful flight. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: JGAalska.wps


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