in Aerospace / Security

Redline wins contracts with Doncaster Sheffield Airport and Liverpool John Lennon Airport

Posted 14 June 2021 · Add Comment

Redline has signed a new three-year contract for a digital Security Management System (SeMS) with Doncaster Sheffield Airport, while Liverpool John Lennon Airport has renewed its SeMS contract for an additional three years following the success of the tool over the past two years.

Image courtesy Redline

Redline's SeMS focuses on all aspects of security activity, supporting management at all levels within an organisation. All security tasks, such as quality assurance activity, training performance and audits, are fed into the system, instantly highlighting any exposed vulnerabilities. This allows managers to effectively assess and manage risk in an ever-changing threat environment.

These contracts add to Redline's already impressive track record this year, which also includes business wins with Edinburgh Airport and Teesside International Airport.

Mark Briffa, CEO of Air Partner, said: "It is a busy and important period for airports as they prepare for increasing passenger numbers, and we are very pleased to be supporting them as they scale up and bolster their security operations. Our ever-growing number of airport customers is testament to our industry-leading product offering and we look forward to helping them all adapt to the new operating environment.”

Paul Mason, Managing Director of Air Partner's Safety & Security division, added: "We are continuing to see a good level of demand for Redline’s services and products, particularly our best-in-class digital Security Management System. Our team looks forward to working closely with Doncaster Sheffield and Liverpool John Lennon airports to optimise their security processes.”

In a demonstration of its commitment to maintaining the delivery of key aviation security training in the Covid-19 environment, Redline also hosted the first Virtual International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Crisis Management Workshop last week (7-11 June) for 13 state sponsored delegates from across the ICAO European and North Atlantic Region. This milestone was achieved through close cooperation between Redline and ICAO’s Implementation Support and Development Section (Security) to convert the classroom workshop to a virtual format.

 

 

Other Stories
Advertisement
Latest News

Horizon Technologies releases BlackFish

Horizon Aerospace Technologies has announced the release of a new airborne SIGINT product, BlackFish, a small airborne qualified, tri-band Sat Phone SIGINT system, which simultaneously monitors the Iridium, Thuraya and Inmarsat

BAE Systems' advanced APKWS enhances rocket range and impact

BAE Systems, Inc. has developed an advanced version of its combat-proven AGR-20 Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System (APKWS) guidance kit that offers enhanced strike distance and precision strike lethality.

Why the circular economy is taking off

James Domone, Principal Engineer, Atkins, looks at the adoption of circular economy principles in aerospace and how their application can help decarbonise the UK defence sector.

Menzies Aviation adds three senior members to MEAA team

Menzies Aviation has today announced the appointment of three senior members to its Middle East, Africa and Asia (MEAA) team: John Henderson as Senior Vice President Operations MEAA, Gemma Sinclair as Vice President HR MEAA and Kevin

Blighter to showcase A800 3D multi-mode radar at DSEI 2021

Blighter Surveillance Systems will be showcasing its innovative A800 3D multi-mode drone detection radar in the ADS Group UK Pavilion at DSEI 2021, from Tuesday 14th September to Friday 17th September, at the ExCeL exhibition centre in

British engineers produce pioneering PPE

Engineers from BAE Systems' Submarines business, along with local company Lancastle and staff from University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust, have developed pioneering new Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) - the

ODU UK SK0902311221
See us at
DSEI BT2606170921RAF Museum BT