Townhall.com is reporting today that fifty-seven employees at Charles de Gaulle Airport who had access to airplanes and runways were on a terror watch list. As a result of this finding, the security passes of 86,000 workers at the airport will be reviewed.
Belgium has also pulled security badges from some airport workers after finding out that they had links to jihadis who had traveled to Syria.
The article at Townhall also reported:
The recent finding of Arabic graffiti on four planes at two French airports, including one that had “Allahu Akbar” written on a fuel tank hatch, has only increased security concerns. While the graffiti in and of itself is not harmful, it raises serious questions about who has access to restricted airport locations.
Let’s hope the investigations are completed before there is some sort of incident.