Working groups

Passenger Security

Published on

January 18, 2018

Passenger Security

Passenger security screenings in business aviation is different. Business aviation offers and/or sells entire flights, not seats, as opposed to the business model of commercial airlines who sell individual tickets. Further, the majority of business aviation passengers are frequent flyers, who are personally known to the operators, as they regularly fly between city-pairs.

The business aviation operation model is different than others within the transport sector value chain. Passengers of business aviation are naturally secure by nature.

This working group aims to address passenger security by focusing on the needs and unique characteristics of the business model, to adapt the current rules inherited from commercial airlines.