Is Ljubljana airport lacking control? According to unofficial, but reliable information from the national TV, the guardian did not find a mock explosive device during a trip to Frankfurt by a fake passenger. Fraport, who manages an airport, didn't want to comment on the event.
As reported in the show with the night Odvevion national television, the Civil Aviation Agency conducted control of security procedures at Airport Lžbljana Jože Pučnik last week.
According to information RTV Slovenija the security firm G4S, who has signed a safety contract with the owner of Ljubljana Fraport Airport, had not detected a false explosion in the bag of one of the supervisors who introduced the passenger.
For clarity, we contacted the Director of the Civil Aviation Agency and invited him to disclose the findings of supervision. We also contact Fraport for comments. We are still waiting for answers.
At the agency and Fraport, the event was initially rejected. This information is not true, in the last week, the CAA did not control at that airport, written in the Civil Aviation Agency.
Fraport also confirmed that the internal control service (ie, carried out by the airport manager) was carried out by a security service provider. They did not wish to comment on this management.
When later news came to the agency director there was a turning point I'm going on a trip. Director of Civil Aviation AgencyRok Marolt, in a phone conversation that their supervisor had actually made control in Fraport, where they checked how the company performs internal control over its contractual partners. The records are marked secret, stressed.
According to unofficial, but reliable information of national television, the company's security officer did not find a mock explosive device during the trip to Frankfurt at the time of the aircraft. The passenger went with a backpack device with no problems past the X-ray and a personal check on the plane.
When the agency was asked why they tried to deny the incident, they replied that they didn't want to hide anything because they were a public agency. In the past, they had no bad experience with Fraport.