Travel Security Sourcebook
Chad T. Kimball
Omnigraphics, 2003 - Travel - 578 pages
In the wake of the September 11,2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon, the world is on travel safety alert. This book provides the latest information on safeguarding the security of the traveler, including airport and airline safety information, responding to crises and emergencies abroad, and preserving one's health during travel in foreign countries. This Sourcebook also includes tips on carrying money; safety in rental cars, trains, and subways; traveling with children; international travel security tips for businesspeople, women, students, and the elderly; a glossary of related terms; and resources for further information.
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