Aerodrome Security plan- Responsibilities
Under the aerodrome security plan the people related to it are well informed about their responsibilities in context of the security. Their inputs are also welcomed by the authority. The Victoria airport authority also understands the importance of good relationship with all the airlines. This is why it encourages them to give their feedback. The airlines can give their input and their support through the airline operating committee, aerodrome security committee or through other such bodies.
At the same time, the Victoria airport authority also meets with different airline carriers on a regular basis. The board of directors also meet with the senior executives at the airlines and they discuss about the development issues.
Aerodrome security plan and Aerodrome restricted areas
Under the airport security plan the air-side has been separated out from the land area. A white line has been drawn for this purpose and this line of demarcation is easily recognisable by the general public. According to Robert J. Fischer, Gion Green (2004)
The Aerodrome security plan has also designated certain areas that are covered under the restricted areas. This includes the passenger sterile area, aircraft movement area, cargo area, baggage make up area etc. Under the aerodrome security plan, the general public is allowed to enter these areas. According to Alexander T. Wells, Seth B. Young (2003)
The emergency operations center (EOC) of the Airport has a map of the aerodrome. The boundaries of the air side area have been annotated on this map as well. The airport security plan available at the EOC also includes a detailed description of the air side area. This description covers each and every physical security feature.
Under the aerodrome security plan, adequate measures have also been taken to secure the airport. This has been done by making use of security fencing. Regular perimeter guard patrols and perimeter...