September 11 Digital Archive

"Physical Security Assessment: Boston Logan International Airport"

"Physical Security Assessment: Boston Logan International Airport"

Title

"Physical Security Assessment: Boston Logan International Airport"

Subject

Post 9/11 FAA reports on security breaches

Description

This FAA report gives an overview of the security at Boston Logan International Airport in the months prior to September 11, 2001. The reports argue that Boston Logan International Airport were as secure as any other airport in the country before 9/11 and overviews the security measures taken with passengers and their luggage before flights were to take off. The document also discusses further security measures that should be looked into to make Boston Logan and all other American airports safer for travel and less susceptible to terrorist attack.

Date

November 6, 2001

Contributor

Brian Sullivan

Rights

Public Domain

Citation

“"Physical Security Assessment: Boston Logan International Airport",” September 11 Digital Archive, accessed December 12, 2017, http://911digitalarchive.org/items/show/96760.

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