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Every airport in the United States that is operating under Federal Aviation Regulations Part 139 Airports Serving Certain Air Carrier Operations, must have an Airport Security Program (ASP) The program defines specific areas of the airport that are subject to various security measures and procedures These areas include air operations areas, secure areas, sterile areas, SIDA areas, and exclusive areas Figure 11-1 shows a general depiction of the different areas at a typical commercial airport Air operations area (AOA) is the portion of the airport in which security measures are carried out It includes aircraft movement areas, aircraft parking areas, loading ramps, safety areas for aircraft use, and adjacent areas, such as general aviation Secure area is the area where commercial air carriers load and unload passengers and baggage Specific security measures are specified in 49 CFR Part 1542 Airport Security, 49 CFR 1544 Aircraft Operator Security; Air Carriers and Commercial Operators, and 49 CFR Part 1546 Foreign Air Carrier Security
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FIGURE 11-1 Airport security areas [9]
Special Topics in Airpor t Planning and Design
Sterile area is the part of the airport terminal in which passengers have gained access by passing through TSA passenger screening checkpoints or security In the past, visitors were permitted in this area at some airports, but today only ticketed passengers are permitted in the sterile area Security identification display area (SIDA) includes the secure area and possibly other areas of the airports All persons in this area must display proper identification or be accompanied by an authorized escort Exclusive area includes aircraft storage and maintenance hangers, air cargo facilities, and fixed-base operators (FBOs) serving general aviation and charter aircraft Areas that do not fall under the above definitions are considered public areas and are not directly subject to TSA security regulations concerning restricted access These areas would include portions of the airport terminal lobbies, automobile parking areas, and curb frontage Planning for security is an integral part of any project undertaken at an airport The most efficient and cost-effective method of instituting security measures into any facility or operation is through advance planning and continuous monitoring throughout the project Since the creation of the TSA, the authority to ensure the inclusion of security systems, methods, and procedures is the responsibility of TSA The TSA must approve the required airport security program which describes how the airport will meet the security requirements of Federal Aviation Regulations Part 139 To assist airport planners, TSA has prepared several documents that present guidance for incorporating security considerations into the planning, design, construction, and modifications for airport infrastructure, facilities, and operational elements [8, 9] These documents are available on the TSA website at http:/ /wwwtsagov The information presented in these documents is expected to be revised and updated periodically as regulations, security requirements, and technology change The TSA report Recommended Security Guidelines for Airport Planning, Design, and Construction is an invaluable introduction or primer on airport security It contains procedures for examining security issues, checklists for security facilities, and methodologies for vulnerability/risk assessment, flow modeling, space planning, and other aspects of security planning
Security at Commercial Service Airports
The Aviation and Transportation Security Act and the formation of the TSA have contributed to changing rules, regulations, policies, and procedures for airport security At commercial service airports, many aspects of security will be invisible to air passengers However, there are a few airport security components that passengers do
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experience passenger screening, baggage screening, employee identification, controlled access, and perimeter security
Passenger Screening
In the United States, passenger and baggage screening has undergone a major overhaul following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and as of 2003, passenger and baggage security screening is managed and operated by the TSA Prior to the TSA, passenger and carry-on baggage screening fell under the responsibility of the air carriers whose aircraft provided passenger service at the airport, and the air carriers would typically subcontract security responsibilities to private security firms There have been significant impacts on airport terminal planning and operations, and screening policies and procedures continue to evolve Passenger screening facilities (Fig 11-2) include an automated screening process, conducted by a magnetometer that attempts to screen for weapons carried on by a passenger that are metallic in content As a passenger walks through a magnetometer, the presence of metal is detected If a sufficient amount of metal is detected, based on the sensitivity setting on the magnetometer, an alarm is triggered Passengers who trigger the magnetometer are then subject to a manual search by a screener A manual search may range from a check with a handheld wand to a manual pat down Most recently, advanced screening technologies have been introduced to screen for nonmetallic threats, such as powder or liquid explosives
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