IAA invests in security training center

The Israel Airports Authority is investing NIS 23 million to move its training school for security personnel to Ben Gurion Airport, the IAA said Wednesday.

By AVI KRAWITZ
January 26, 2006 06:36

 
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The Israel Airports Authority is investing NIS 23 million to move its training school for security personnel to Ben Gurion Airport, the IAA said Wednesday. The training center is currently located in Sdot Yam where it has been providing training for the security department of the airport and other border crossings over the last decade. Due to the success of its methodology, other security bodies have also used the center's services, the IAA said. The center will have its own demarcated area at the airport.

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