growly150
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Jetstream 32

Sun Sep 30, 2001 3:14 am

With all this new security, what is being done with the cockpit doors of Je32s?
In my experience they are usually left open, but has this been changed?
 
cv640
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RE: Jetstream 32

Sun Sep 30, 2001 3:42 am

Actually they and the Beech 1900 don't really have doors, just dividers. That is a huge concern among flight crews and the answer is no one really knows. Its like teh double or stronger doors. Everyone is in favor of it, but in a lot of planes there just isn't room for them, the EMB-120's door can't be closed when there is a jump seater and the SF340 and CRJ couldn't fit another door or even that much thicker of one. It is a tough fix in a lot of planes and someone is going to need to come up with a good diea real soon.

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