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The modern threat on aviation through terrorism is, among other things, possible due to the growing numbers of religious fanatics. These people do not encounter any moral or physical problem with dieing in a mission, factor which has also increased the incidence of aviation threats.
In a nutshell, the evolution of aviation security and safety has followed an ascendant trend in the meaning of increased threats upon the lives and well-being of customers and airline operators. However redundant, the most relevant example remains the terrorist act of September 11, 2001. Its effects of reduced national trust and morale, the loss of thousands of lives or the bankruptcy of airline organizations are just a few of the negative impacts that will be felt for years to come.