Heathrow Airport says it has launched an inner investigation after a USB stick containing safety info was reportedly discovered on the road.
The Sunday Mirror reported that the USB stick had 76 folders with maps, movies and paperwork, together with particulars of measures used to guard the Queen.
A person discovered it in west London and handed it into the paper, it mentioned.
Heathrow mentioned all of its safety plans had been reviewed and it was “badured” the airport was safe.
“We’ve got additionally launched an inner investigation to grasp how this occurred and are taking steps to forestall an identical prevalence in future,” it mentioned.
The Sunday Mirror mentioned there have been not less than 174 paperwork on the stick, which it mentioned was discovered on the pavement, and a few had been marked as “confidential” or “restricted”, however might be learn.
Some information disclosed the varieties of ID wanted to entry restricted areas, a timetable of safety patrols and maps pinpointing CCTV cameras, the paper mentioned.
One doc highlighted current terror badaults and talked about the kind of risk the airport might face, it mentioned.
The knowledge has been handed to Heathrow intelligence chiefs, the Sunday Mirror mentioned.
The badertion from the airport mentioned Heathrow’s “prime precedence” was the protection and safety of pbadengers and employees.
“The UK and Heathrow have a number of the most strong aviation safety measures on the planet, and we stay vigilant to evolving threats by updating our procedures every day.”