domingo, 22 de maio de 2016

Paris investigates everyone who had contact with the plane of EgyptAir

Located the wreckage of EgyptAir flight MS804, carrying 66 people aboard, the investigation to determine the cause of the crash continues.

The Parisian airport Roissy-Charles de Gaulle, under high surveillance after the attacks of 2015 and where left the A320, after having passed by Egypt, Eritrea and Tunisia, uses new security techniques. Detect explosives in the form of sheets of paper or completely electric detonators seems almost impossible, but the equipment exists and is used.

The possibility that a bomb had been placed in Roissy is almost, according to security officials, but no event was dropped for now, and also no clue has so far.

Sylvain Prévost , trainer in air transport security in the Centre of Aviation Security Training says: "An effective and reliable 100% system does not exist. The question now is: If something happened in Roissy, there was necessarily a connection to the complicity of people, because it's really hard to break airport security today. "

Between January and April 2015 2016, more than 600 people were without authorization of access to the reserved area, among the 86 1000 issued to workers. 85 of these refusals were based on the suspicion of radicalization.

The Paris airports have 250 points with x-rays to inspect passengers, baggage, airport staff, goods and vehicles entering restricted areas.

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