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This book examines the issues of ensuring anti-terrorist security of an aviation enterprise, provides a history of terrorism in the aviation sector, and analyzes the legal regulations. This book provides mathematical and mathematical–psychological models for reducing the risk of terrorist threats, which makes it possible to objectively increase the safety of air transport facilities, reduce the likelihood of terrorist attacks, save human lives and prevent significant material losses. The solutions of general humanistic problems proposed in the book—preventing accidents and preserving the world—are an original feature of the book, which allows one to treat it with the necessary attention and interest for the reader. The concept of anti-terrorist security of an aviation enterprise presented in this book has been widely tested and introduced into the activities of leading aviation enterprises, including the Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC), and has been used in the investigation of aviation accidents.
This book is written for a wide range of audience associated with ensuring aviation transport security and for the end users of airlines—passengers, in order to expand their knowledge about the reliability of using air transport.
Pavel Pavlovich Hachikyan, candidate of technical sciences (safety in emergency situations) graduated from the Academy of National Security, Defense and Law Enforcement and the Military University of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation. He completed his postgraduate studies at the Moscow State Technical University of Civil Aviation. Author of over 15 scientific works on technical, legal and philosophical sciences, including two monographs. His research interests are in the areas of anti-terrorist security, technical sciences, jurisprudence, organization of production.