Expert dismisses security cost fears

June 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);6/12/2009, p15
Trade Publication
The article reports that Alexander Charles Carlile, expert on terrorism, has dismissed concerns of the travel industry about the cost of security at airports in Great Britain. At the 2009 Institute of Travel and Tourism (ITT) Conference, Carlile has emphasized the need of knowledge of the terrorist threat as lack of awareness of security risks could lead to criminal charges.


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