Vietnam, Hanoi: Vietnam Airport Authority requires air carriers to form anti-theft teams to combat growing luggage theft.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) has requested that airlines put together special inspection teams to fight theft targeting possessions in transported goods and the checked luggage of passengers. After significant growth in luggage theft and baggage tampering within aviation services in Vietnam, the requirement was issued, holding carriers directly responsible for the conduct of luggage handling contractors. The CAAV has also requested that airlines and airports rotate work among their security staffers and organize cross-checks between their security teams to prevent collusion. It remains to be seen if the new program will arrest the crime increase. More information available here: http://tuoitrenews.vn/society/29771/vietnams-aviation-firms-asked-to-set-up-antitheft-special-inspection-teams#utm_sguid=153652,ecf20574-4c3a-7ed6-7ccf-7e01d3b0b121
Source: Tuoi Tre News 5.
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