Bahrain airport gets blast protection unit
Manama, September 4, 2013
Bahrain Airport Company (BAC) has obtained an advanced blast protection unit and has handed it over to the Airport Police Directorate (Ministry of Interior) in a move to ensure security at Bahrain International Airport.
The state-of-the-art blast container was handed over by chief executive officer of BAC, Mohamed Yousif Al- Binfalah to senior officials from the Airport Police Directorate during a ceremony held at the airport.
Following this announcement, the new blast container will be located at the central security screening point in the departure hall at the airport to contain suspicious baggage and small parcels.
“In line with our commitment to enhance the aviation security at Bahrain International Airport, we continuously ensure to equip the Airport with leading edge security solutions to implement the globally required measures,” said Al- Binfalah.
BAC is the authority responsible for operating and managing BIA as a world-class airport. As part of its operator role, BAC is responsible for elevating the airport’s infrastructure and services. – TradeArabia News Service
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