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6. Desember 2004  
Security scandal shocks pilots

Shocked pilots demand that the Civil Aviation Authority - Norway and Avinor take action immediately and improve the security at Oslo Airport Gardermoen.

The management at Gardermoen decided to close the staff entrances past the security control Sunday after TV 2 reporters revealed how easy it was to get in through these doors and get onboard flights with a bag that had not been checked.

Petter Frde, leader of the Norwegian Airline Pilots Association, is far from pleased to learn that the security at Oslo's international airport is so poor.

I'm shocked, Frde said to TV 2 Nyhetene. This should be impossible. We who work in the environment have seen a gradual improvement of the security routines at airports, but this is a flaw and it should not occur. The Civil Aviation Authority - Norway and Avinor must do something, and I expect that they will do something immediately.

Via Nettavisen News in English.



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