Security scanners could be installed at the entrances to airports, under proposals to be discussed next week in the wake of the Brussels terrorist attack, the Telegraph understands.
The case for installing a security perimeter outside of airport arrival halls will “definitely” be examined at an emergency meeting of experts that has been called for March 31, according to EU sources.
The meeting will be attended by experts from each country, the European Commission’s transport department and officials from the European Aviation Safety Agency.
Airline safety rules, including the ban on liquids in hand baggage, are agreed at a common European level.
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