With terrorism on the rise security has also been tightened to help make sure that people feel safe when they visit a country. Terrorist activity such as the Manchester bombings and the London bridge bombings has an effect on inbound tourist as they may become hesitant in visiting the UK and its main cities this also affect domestic visitors they will also be discouraged in traveling to destinations that has been terrorized in the past before. Terrorist attacks have greatly affected the inbound and domestic tourist greatly as they are concerned about their safety when travelling to certain countries. The UK has gone stricter over the past years with health and safety and security therefore tourist can expect to be safe when traveling and staying in their desired destinations. People’s behaviour change when they travel to a new environment.
However, there is in many people, at least subliminally, the fear of plane crashes. This fear finds its justification mainly in the often sensationalist manner in which the media treat airplane crashes. Plane crashes are always a catastrophic event, since according to their nature, often many deaths are recorded. If you look at but considering how many traffic accidents occur daily on the streets of German cities, which also call for fatalities in part, the risk of plane crashes appear but in a very other dimension. While
During JetBlue 's period of growth, the company incurred several challenges, which could have possibly crippled their public perception and business model. Some of the challenges faced by JetBlue as described by the case occurred on Valentine 's Day 2007. On this day and several preceding days, JetBlue unexpectedly faced problems that resulted from inclement weather conditions and poor contingency planning. Hundreds of customers became frustrated, disgruntled and very unhappy with JetBlue 's approach to handling the situation. The result was bad publicity and sensationalism from the media.
Prior to these attacks there were a number of issues to be addressed within border security, especially within the aviation sector; as mention before this sector was taken for granted as passengers could enter aircrafts without security screening and because of this terrorist used the aviation sector as a gateway to carry out their terrorist activities. Another area that of concerns before these attacks was actual security at the airport, in which passengers family members and friends could have access to any part of the airport even if they were not travelling, (Steedman, 2003). These attacks showed the motivation of the existing terriorist activities against the aviation industry. The attacks also created fear among the population and may or can paralyze public transportation both at the local and international level. International and regulatory bodies realized that to conqueror these terrorist they have to work together as a unit to think ahead in setting up the necessary security
In the United States, significant urban communities are thinking about managing Uber. In any case, it confronts considerably more difficulties as it extends globally as a few nations are picking to boycott Uber or certain administrations that it offers. Uber should adjust its showcasing procedure to address both challenges inside the United States and in addition to the different laws upheld in various nations. Yet, as with each quickly developing organization, Uber additionally has shortcomings that can keep it from growing further. Customary taxi administrations are under a commitment to work under the limitations of enactment and directions, and (1) Uber is well known for evading controls it esteems ridiculous.
With an increased amount of surveillance, a range of rights that we obtain from the U.S Constitution and the Bill of Rights are affected, some of which include freedom of speech, freedom of press, freedom of association and assembly. With increased surveillance, most people learn to choose words carefully before talking in public, as well as in private, reducing freedom of speech. With your actions being monitored, who you associate yourself with becomes important as well. By choosing to be around with suspected terrorists, the chance of being put into the suspected terrorist activity list would increase. This effectively shuts down freedom of association and assembly.
Introduction Right from the beginning of the civil aviation, the aviation industry has dealt with multiple risks, threats, and challenges. Particularly from the 1970s, terrorism has been an on-going problem, posing tremendous threats to the global aviation industry through hijackings, shootings, and bomb attacks (Thomas, 2008). The Aviation and Transportation Security Act (ATSA), which came into law after the September 11, 2001 attacks, allowed significant changes in the civil aviation security policies and established the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to successfully execute 100% security screening on all checked baggage by 2010 to further strengthen the airport and cargo security (Elias, 2010). Despite constant efforts by various governments to
Moreover, the tax regulations, personnel laws, ecological regulations, and industry-particular regulation can be changed relying upon the country current economic situation. For example, the process of elections in different countries plays a basic part in the globalisation of hospitality market. Eventually, the conceivable changes of regulations and laws can either advantage or represent a detriment for the tourism organisations that are operating internationally. However, another political issue is visa limitations for the reason that in UK and the US, the migration has executed more strict regulations making it harder for outsiders to acquire a traveller visa. Particularly after the 9/11 terrorist assault, the US has turned out to be more stringent on the issuance of visas (Levonsky & Conley,
The researcher was exposed to this information both first hand and through written documentation. Reid (2009) stated that “after major security surveys it was revealed that both major airports have acute deficiencies in their securities.” Both airports need to be well equipped with the proper security measures as its frequent place for passengers in daily transit. Obviously it could be said that the current security system is not as effective and efficient in safeguarding the airport and its passengers. It could be further said that there is a lack of proper surveillance systems or maybe the customs presence isn’t as rigid as it should be or was before. An incident that took place in 2009 clearly speaks to the state of the security measures and systems at the airport as a male citizen passed customs and found himself on a flight to another country.
However there are lots of concerns regarding to the effects caused towards the environment and local citizens. The increase in air traffic is going to generate a lot more noise pollution, greatly affecting Tung Chung residents, exposing them to health hazards. According to a study published by the Guardian, people that are exposed to constant loud airplane noise faces increased risk to cardiovascular disease. People living near Heathrow airport were 10-20% more likely to visit the hospital for stroke and cardiovascular