Security Planning for Business Aviation Travel – Part 2: Vetting and Arranging for Security

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Security Planning for Business Aviation Travel

Universal Weather and Aviation covers seven key factors private firms should consider when developing security options for private airports and aircraft. This includes vetting security personnel, parking considerations, and more.

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Tracie Jones
http://www.universalweather.com/

Security Services Rep Tracie Carwile is one of the general aviation industry's go-to experts when it comes to domestic and international security intelligence, hotel, and ground transport safety and crew security training. Over her 10 years in the industry, Tracie has developed an extensive background in all areas of flight operations and logistics – working with Universal as a sales assistant, UVair Sales – New Business Development and senior client relations specialist. Known for her ability to leverage Universal's global network to implement last-minute security services worldwide, Tracie often handles security services for VVIPs, heads of state, and entertainers, with operational confidentiality always a paramount consideration. She assists individual flight departments in developing/amending corporate travel safety guidelines and travels nationwide to provide customized security training for both flight crews and flight attendants. Tracie has been quoted in various publications – including Professional Pilot and National Business Aviation Association



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