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Aviation Security Operation Center Securing Asia 2013


Mr Dvir Rubinshtein …

Mr Dvir Rubinshtein
Manager, Security Department, Aviation Security Operation Center, State of Israel

Published in Technology , Business
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  • 1. Aviation Security Operation Center
  • 2. THE THREAT The use of commercial or general aviation aircraft entering the Israeli airspace as mass distractive weapons directed at sensitive targets on the ground by terrorists or insane individuals on suicide missions
  • 3. SECURITY MEASURES  Vulnerability assessment program for incoming foreign carriers  Security clearance procedure for all international inbound flights  Positive identification of approaching aircrafts at specific report point before entering the Israeli Airspace & FIR.  Positive identification of the pilot in command of approaching aircrafts as an authorized pilot of a security cleared airline or as a security cleared General Aviation pilot.
  • 4.  Central Aviation Security Operation Center for:  Processing security arrival applications.  Monitoring and maintaining situational awareness and real-time information on all inbound flights.  Management and coordination of aerial aviation security incidents.  Management and administration of the pilot's positive identification systems. SYSTEM OVERVIEW
  • 5. Israel Airspace Security Procedures for General Aviation Flights 1. Obtain a Security Arrival Permit. 2. Submit an ‘Entry Code’ for the Arrival Identification Procedure. 3. Make first contact with the appropriate ACC unit for the ‘Identification Procedure’ as detailed in the AIP- ISRAEL.
  • 6. Applying for a Security-1Stage Arrival Permit 1. Each private incoming flight, flown by non-Israeli licensed pilot, shall apply for an advance over-flight and landing permit (Security Arrival Permit). 2. The over-flight and landing application will be submitted to the ASOC. 3. The application shall be submitted to the aviation security interactive website. The website will automatically verify that all of the required information was submitted and generate an instantaneous confirmation of successful receipt.
  • 7. Receipt of a ‘Pending–2Stage Security Arrival Permit’ 2. The pending approval will become a ‘Final Security Arrival Permit’ only after the pilot has submitted an ‘Entry Code’. 1. The ASOC will process the application within the time-frames stated in AIP Israel and will issue a ‘Pending Approval’ or a ‘Denial Notification‘ to the applicant.
  • 8. ’Submission of ‘Entry Code–3Stage • The personal Entry Code shall be submitted to the aviation security interactive website of the Ministry of Transport, not later than 6 hours before departure to Tel-Aviv FIR. • The website will automatically process code submitted and generate an instantaneous confirmation. ‘Arrival Identification Procedure’–4Stage • Upon approaching Tel-Aviv FIR, the pilot must establish initial radio communication contact with the relevant ACC unit for identification, and provide the Security Entry Code he submitted, while awaiting clearance to enter the FIR. • The detailed identification procedures are stipulated in AIP Israel ENR 1.5.
  • 9. 5:06 PM 12/3/20085:06 PM 12/3/20081 |1 |AIR895 031453 1 |2 |FF LLBGZTZX LLBGZQZX LLTAZQZX LLBGZYZY LLBGYDYX 1 |3 |031453 LSZHZPZX 1 |4 |(FPL-SWR256-IS 1 |5 |-A320/M-SRPWY/S 1 |6 |-LSZH2145 1 |7 |-N0452F350 DEGES Z2 ALGOI UL607 ARNOS/N0450F370 UP735 DOL UY177 1 |8 |GUBOK UL603 VAL UN131 NISVA/K0826F370 UN131 RODOP/N0447F370 UN131 1 |9 |KULAR UT39 TOMBI UM855 MAROS UL609 SOLIN/N0450F370 H2 SIRON 1 |10 |-LLBG0340 LCLK 1 |11 |-REG/HBIJW SEL/AELP DOF/081203 EET/EDUU0009 LOVV0009 LIMM0023 1 |12 |LOVV0024 LJLA0033 LDZO0046 LQSB0100 LYBA0109 LBSR0134 LGGG0149 1 |13 |LTBB0203 LTAA0241 LCCC0250 LLLL0328 RVR/75 RMK/CALLSIGN SWISS 1 |14 |RMK/ACAS II EQUIPPED RMK/AGCS EQUIPPED RMK/ID LX256) 2 |1 |AIR896 031453 2 |2 |FF LLBGYDYX 2 |3 |031451 LLBGELYX 2 |4 |(FPL-ELY071-IS 2 |5 |-B762/H-SEPRWXY/S 2 |6 |-LLBG1855 2 |7 |-N0468F290 TALMI2 SIVAK UJ10 SAMAR DCT NALSO R650 SHM/N0463F290 DCT 5:06 PM 12/3/20085:06 PM 12/3/20081 |1 |AIR895 031453 1 |2 |FF LLBGZTZX LLBGZQZX LLTAZQZX LLBGZYZY LLBGYDYX 1 |3 |031453 LSZHZPZX 1 |4 |(FPL-SWR256-IS 1 |5 |-A320/M-SRPWY/S 1 |6 |-LSZH2145 1 |7 |-N0452F350 DEGES Z2 ALGOI UL607 ARNOS/N0450F370 UP735 DOL UY177 1 |8 |GUBOK UL603 VAL UN131 NISVA/K0826F370 UN131 RODOP/N0447F370 UN131 TSO305 EIDTV B735 UUEE 1453 LLBG 200812031 ERO5564 4XEBT B752 EPWA 1457 LLBG 200812032 KNI701 EIDOO B733 UMKK 1459 LLBG 200812031 ELY104 4XEAE B762 CYYZ 1510 LLBG 200812031 UNO261 BA11 OLBA 1510 LLBG 200812036 AEW237 URDAC A320 UKBB 1512 LLBG 200812031 AFR1620 FGKXL A320 LFPG 1515 LLBG 200812031 ELY382 4XEKP B738 LIMC 1524 LLBG 200812031 AEA1451 ECHGQ B738 LEMD 1558 LLBG 200812031 AZA804 IBIKG A320 LIMC 1608 LLBG 200812031 ELY348 4XEKO B738 LSZH 1611 LLBG 200812031 ELY396 4XEBS B752 LEMD 1626 LLBG 200812031 AFTNFIS Arrival Permits
  • 10. The ACC Workstation Monitoring SCS Screen–Display
  • 11. Benefits •Enables early detection of hijacked aircraft flown by terrorist pilots •Provides a reliable mean to clear suspicion rise on an arriving flight by different indicative factors •The early detection of developing security situations, minimizes the need for scrambling of air force fighters
  • 12. Thank You