Airlines, Airports, and Horrible tragedies

This was a bad month for airplanes, again. But unlike the Malaysia air tragedies, this crash seems to be deliberate. At least, that’s how it’s been presented. Still, we might see some changes in the policies of the airliners in Europe. Policies I thought had been in place since 2001. It seems, however, that those policies were American and I simply thought that airline rules were international. Silly me.


An Eleven Year-Old’s Guide to Planespotting (Boing Boing)


Man bored on plane makes dance remix of cabin noises (Boing Boing)

Plane Safety Cards Explained
(The Poke)

American Airlines

Suspicious people, American Airlines edition (Boing Boing)

Germanwings Crash

Pilot was locked out of cockpit before Germanwings plane crashed in France
(Boing Boing)

Co-pilot in Germanwings plane crash ‘wanted to destroy plane’ (boing Boing)


ACLU sues TSA to make it explain junk science “behavioral detection” program (Boing Boing)

Here’s the TSA’s stupid, secret list of behavioral terrorism tells (Boing Boing)

The TSA Behavior Detection Program: Finally, the Public Hears What We’ve Been Saying for Years (Taking Sense Away)


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