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Billions of dollars spent to secure air travel after 9/11 attacks | Money Talks

The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 drove the United States and its allies into one of their longest and most costly conflicts. It forced security to be redefined, with air travel being perhaps the most affected sector. In fact, airlines and governments have poured billions of dollars into securing airports and aircraft. And as Mobin Nasir reports, catching a flight has never been the same since. For more on this, Fabrizio Poli joined us from Manchester in the UK. He's senior consultant at Orville Aviation and founder of Biz Jet TV. #September11 #AirTravel #AirlinesSecurity

Picture This: Brussels Attacks Anniversary

Picture This: Brussels Attacks Anniversary

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy and Australia Redefining Racism

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy and Australia Redefining Racism

Showcase: 'I Am Not Madame Bovary'

Showcase: 'I Am Not Madame Bovary'

Biz in 60: Silicon rally, Deutsche Bank Q3 earnings, China Telecom ban

Biz in 60: Silicon rally, Deutsche Bank Q3 earnings, China Telecom ban

Tesla speeds past traditional car manufacturers with $1T valuation | Money Talks

Tesla speeds past traditional car manufacturers with $1T valuation | Money Talks

US childcare centres report staff shortage, reduced capacity | Money Talks

US childcare centres report staff shortage, reduced capacity | Money Talks

UNEP urges nations to set higher emissions reduction goals | Money Talks

UNEP urges nations to set higher emissions reduction goals | Money Talks

Military coup threatens to derail economic recovery | Money Talks

Military coup threatens to derail economic recovery | Money Talks

Microsoft, Google profits surge on cloud computing, ad sales | Money Talks

Microsoft, Google profits surge on cloud computing, ad sales | Money Talks

Nigeria launches digital currency to improve payments system | Money Talks

Nigeria launches digital currency to improve payments system | Money Talks

Tesla tops $1T in value after $4.2B deal with rental firm Hertz | Money Talks

Tesla tops $1T in value after $4.2B deal with rental firm Hertz | Money Talks

Biz in 60: South Korean GDP, China property crisis, Facebook Q3 earnings

Biz in 60: South Korean GDP, China property crisis, Facebook Q3 earnings

Biz in 60: Evergrande EV shift, HSBC share buyback, Monte Paschi talks collapse | Money Talks2wq2qw

Biz in 60: Evergrande EV shift, HSBC share buyback, Monte Paschi talks collapse | Money Talks2wq2qw

Evergrande shares rally as firm promises shift to electric vehicles | Money Talks

Evergrande shares rally as firm promises shift to electric vehicles | Money Talks

We Work's shares up 13% as it makes its debut on New York Stock Exchange | Money Talks

We Work's shares up 13% as it makes its debut on New York Stock Exchange | Money Talks

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