Sunday, November 29, 2015

France unable to secure its airports. Extremists have access to restricted areas, Arabic graffiti placed on fuel tanks of jets at multiple French airports in past week


"EasyJet staff are on high alert after Arabic graffiti was found daubed next to fuel tanks on four jets parked at French airports.

Airline workers have been warned to take extra precautions around Europe after the messages were found on supposedly secure parts of the planes.

The finds, made at different French locations within the past week, have sparked fears that something more dangerous than writing could be planted on a plane in future....
Philip Baum, editor of Aviation Security International, told The Sun: 'Graffiti in itself won't hurt anybody. But the ability of anyone to place a prohibited item near fuel tanks is a concern, of course.'


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