It would be decked out with golden taps perhapsPerhaps a much more important modification, would be to include a toilet within the lockable part of the cockpit.
yep its called washing hands after going to the loo. i.e. basic hygiene.Good idea and honestly I've wondered myself why this hasn't already been done in later generations of aircraft.
Makes sense from a security standpoint but also a hygiene one, particularly in light of what's happening with the coronavirus.
Pilots and the flight deck should be protected above all else.
Notably a day after Mr Abbott made his comments.All along, the ATSB has maintained that the rogue pilot theory did not fit the analysis of the data. Until now...
The Malaysian Government doesn't seem to perceive it as an 'excellent outcome' given its (in)action to date....The rogue pilot is an excellent outcome from many angles, as it nicely places the blame, and more importantly removes any hint of blame from the aircraft or airline..
I noted in the article by The Oz that he is now 'the former' head of the ATSB - perhaps he was given the messsage?'The Australian' is reporting (19 February 2020, 2020 hours AEDT) that the head of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, Mr Martin Dolan, is admitting that it may have been wrong and that those who from the start who suggested that it was a 'rogue pilot to the end' may be correct.
Given what this government agency 'invested' in its beliefs about the event, this is a stunning development.
IIRC didn't ATSB trenchantly criticise those who stuck their necks out and claimed it was a suicide by the pilot?
It's easy with hindsight to make comments, but looking back it's highly arguable that this occurred.
The Hon Tony Abbott's comments yesterday that the 'highest levels of the Malaysian Government' told him this adds a significant new dimension. Unfortunately for Malaysia, its government gives the impression of obfuscation from as soon as the plane went missing.
I wonder if there'll be resignations from the ATSB.
Perhaps the searches are discrete from the claims and counterclaims about what occurred - I'll leave that to the aviation experts - but Australian taxpayers have shelled out a lot.
An old article, but maybe you referring to this.....I noted in the article by The Oz that he is now 'the former' head of the ATSB - perhaps he was given the messsage?
Wasn't aware of this at all, but if he really did get the push that long ago, I wonder why he would put his head up over the parapet now?An old article, but maybe you referring to this.....