|Quoting Prost (Reply 1):|
This seems to happen about twice a year to different carriers out of Africa. Aren't the airlines or their customers concerned about these types of security breeches?
|Quoting SepulTALLICA (Reply 7):|
But, as a spot gap solution, its now common practice for the aircraft, its landing gear in particular, to be completely floodlight by the chase fire engine while taxiing for take off in most African countries
|Quoting ltbewr (Reply 3):|
The aircraft is in effect it is a crime scene. They have to determine how he died, if from in flight exposure, as most likely. It may be a way to put pressures on airlines to take better security precautions as to potential stowaways.
|Quoting SepulTALLICA (Reply 6):|
you continuously see these films and movies glorifying Europe and the US as these economic havens