Aviation security is a set of measures and procedures of aviation security, human and material resources, designed to protect civil aviation from acts of illegal interference. This issue has received special attention for decades and has become a major problem since the terrorist attacks of September 2001.
Since then, this aspect has expanded significantly worldwide, either at the regional level, either through international cooperation/agreement, or through the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and Annex 17 of the Chicago Convention and its related Universal Permanent Monitoring Program (USAP-CMA). The European Union, for its part, has developed an appropriate policy that is regularly updated to take into account ever-changing threats and risks, as well as technological advances.
Law on Aviation Security;
National Aviation Security Training Programme;
National Quality Control Programme.
- Programul național de securitate în domeniul aviației civile