Published at Saturday, April 06th, 2019 - 00:57:38 AM. Type of airline. By Adelle Jäger.
CO2 emissions from the jet fuel burned per passenger on an average 3 200 kilometers (2 000 mi) airline flight is about 353 kilograms (776 pounds). 79 Loss of natural habitat potential associated with the jet fuel burned per passenger on a 3 200 kilometers (2 000 mi) airline flight is estimated to be 250 square meters (2700 square feet). 80
This article was originally written in September 2011 shortly after the terrorist attack based on the belief that the existing airline security is faulty and can never achieve the goal of providing reliable cost effective and convenient airline security. Those responsible for airline and air traveler security have not taken steps to reduce the inconvenience of the system to travelers reduce the costs but have continued to tinker with the old system without making the fundamental changes that will help guarantee the air traveling public protection against a terrorist attack. A totally new airline security concept is needed to protect the flying public from terrorists. This article was originally written to introduce such an alternative.
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