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It's the section most people skip to first; they are the pages we get chased for ever before the issue is due out; and, the contents represent the reality of the broad spectrum of security challenges our industry faces.

Every issue Air Watch provides our readership with news of the incidents of hijacking and sabotage, occurences of unruly passenger behaviour, verdicts in trials and sentences given, threats issued, and some of the happenings which just cannot be otherwise classified. Skyjacks, bombings, brawls, bomb hoxes, rocket attacks, intoxicated passengers, assaults, cyber attacks, insider crime, acts of cockpit laser illumination and close encounters with drones...

Air Watch is your round-up of the news from the two-month period preceeding each issue.


2103, 2017

US bans laptops, iPads and other electronic devices on flights from certain Middle Eastern airports

March 21st, 2017|Categories: Issue Highlights, Press Releases|0 Comments

US authorities have announced a ban on certain electronic devices from US-bound flights on planes from a list of countries. The new rule was announced on Tuesday by the department of homeland security. Officials claimed [...]

603, 2017

Civil Liberties & Aviation Security: a contradiction in terms?

March 6th, 2017|Categories: Issue Highlights|0 Comments

Most of us go about our daily lives oblivious of the security measures put in place to protect us and the society we live in. We know, or at least hope, that the security services [...]

603, 2017

Foreign Fighters: the role of, and threat to, international civil aviation

March 6th, 2017|Categories: Issue Highlights|0 Comments

The threat posed by so-called ‘foreign fighters’ has intensified over the last few years. Dr John Harrison attempts to place the complex issue in context and offer some ways in which the international civil aviation [...]

603, 2017

MS804: explosive residue on victims confirmed

March 6th, 2017|Categories: Issue Highlights|0 Comments

by Philip Baum When EgyptAir flight MS804 crashed on 19 May last year, whilst en route from Paris to Cairo, speculation was rife that the disaster had been caused by a terrorist bomb. After all, [...]

2202, 2017

Non Orbis Unum (Not One World): the problem with one-stop security

February 22nd, 2017|Categories: Issue Highlights|0 Comments

For years the aviation security industry has worked towards an idealised standard of security whereby passengers are only ever screened once at the onset of their journey, regardless of the number of transit stops. However, [...]

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Philip Baum
Philip BaumEditor in Chief

Philip Baum has been the Editor-in-Chief of Aviation Security International for over 18 years. He is the first point of contact by many of the national and international media outlets when they are in need of expert comment following an aviation security-related incident; as such heregularly commentates for CNN, Sky and the BBC. In January 2010, Philip was used as an expert witness in the United Kingdom’s House of Commons’ Home Affairs Select Committee inquiry into aviation security in the aftermath of the attempted downing of an aircraft by a suicide bomber on Christmas Day 2009.

Philip started working within the aviation industry in the 1980s, when he joined Trans World Airlines’ security subsidiary at London Heathrow. From Duty Manager at Heathrow he moved to TWA’s International HQ where he ultimately became Manager Security Training and Auditing, until leaving in 1996 to establish his own consultancy company, Green Light Ltd.

Philip is now an accredited instructor and courseware developer for the International Air Transport Association (IATA). He has also co-authored and edited two books on aviation security. Philip has also interviewed persona from government ministers to aircrew and hostages to hijackers (including Leila Khaled)!


Philip Baum works with this prestigious and informed committee of AVSEC experts to ensure ASI’s coverage and direction is as accurate and informative as possible.

  • Victor Anderes - Executive Vice President, Global Elite Group
  • Geoffrey D Askew AM - Askew & Associates
  • Tony Blackiston - Head Corporate Security, Cathay Pacific Airlines
  • Andy Blackwell - Head of Security and Resilience, Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd.
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  • Matthew Finn - Managing Director, Augmentiq
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  • Alan (Avi) Kirschenbaum - Senior Research Fellow, Technion Israel Institute of Technology
  • Omer Laviv - Chief Executive Officer, Athena GS3 Security Implementations Ltd.
  • Bart Mos - Sr. Security Officer, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
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  • Norman Shanks FSyI - Principal Partner NSAI, UK & Visiting Professor, Coventry University & Associate Adjunct Professor, Edith Cowan University

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  • Steve Wolff - President, Wolff Consulting Services
  • Xiaoyong Yang - Associate Professor, College of Aviation Security, Civil Aviation Flight University of China
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