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Pre 9/11 Post 9/11

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  1. Pre 9/11 • Post 9/11

  2. Pre 9/11 • Minimal passenger screening • Minimal cargo screening • Minimal attention to GA airports • Terrorism happened outside the United States

  3. Post 9/11 -- Airport security is essential • The threat is REAL! • But, what is the threat? • Where is the threat? • How do we deal with it? • It’s a new way of life.

  4. Post 9/11 • 9/11 = paradigm shift. • General Aviation affected. • Aviation security goes beyond terrorist threats. • Airports: Each is unique: specific needs = specific solutions. • People: Stakeholder groups

  5. Air carrier airports (TSA responsibility) • General aviation airports (TSA and BOA) • Private airports and landing facilities. • Special Interest – aerial applicators

  6. General Aviation --airport managers • Aircraft owners and groups • Flight instructor groups • Pilots and pilot groups • Aerial applicators • Airport tenants

  7. Focus – general aviation • Security tools • Operations and Security Bulletins • Emergency Airport Notification System • Wisconsin Airport Security Plan (WASP) • Airport visits/education/audits • Funding

  8. 698 aviation facilities • 132 public-use airports • Many are privately-owned and have no public funding, direct federal oversight, or security requirements • 8 air carrier airports • Subject to TSA 1542 • 124 General Aviation airports

  9. 12,340 active pilots • 5,362 registered aircraft • 100+ Flight inst. locations • 73 registered aerial applicators • 25 USDA-registered aerial applicator companies

  10. Airport Security Assessment completed Fall 2004 • Audits on a 3 year cycle • Federal and state dollars (DHS and OJA)

  11. Fences, lights, signs, education, cameras and locks • Security projects part of programming • Wisconsin Airport Security Plan (WASP)

  12. Lifestyle changes • Local, State, and Federal level interest • Active participants nationwide • Continue to educate, guide, and equip Wisconsin GA airports. • Airport Security enhancements are now part of every airport development plan.