|Quoting AA737-823 (Reply 1):|
What, WN doesn't have fire suppression in the cargo hold?
Legend did... in ancient DC-9s... I would think that litigation-savvy Southwest would have already done this.
|Quoting OPNLguy (Reply 7):|
Funny how the media changed the title in the original link to "Sensor causes fire scare on flight landing at Sea-Tac", but just typical of the "report first and ensure accuracy and context later" mentality. I'm sure they'll email apologies to the first group of folks who read the original and were unnecessarily scared poopless...
|Quoting Clickhappy (Reply 4):|
Mike - I went with the title after the words of the article, which have since been changed. The article has been updated to say there was no fire.
|Quoting F9Animal (Reply 8):|
On a side note, has anyone ever observed what the fire suppression system can do in the cargo holds? I begin to wonder how powerful the system is. Is it water, or a powder form? I also wonder if it damaged anyones luggage?