The European Union's updated regulation on civil aviation security went into effect yesterday two years after adoption by the European Parliament. The new regulation aspires to "improve the passenger experience, shorten transfer times at airports and reduce costs,” the European Commission stated. Regulation 300/2008, a revision of the relevant regulatory framework that was put into place after 9/11 and was the bloc’s first EU-wide rule on common aviation security, ...

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