[ILUG] Re: hmm...
Declan de Lacy Murphy
decdelmur at iol.ie
Wed Sep 12 23:27:31 IST 2001
Don't a lot of planes have a door that leads directly into the cabin making
it possible to seal it off by placing a concrete or metal barier in the way
(the weight doesn't matter the plane already weighs at least 250 tonnes)
What would happen then if one of the pilots was seriously ill and had to be
taken out of the cockpit for first aid,
what would happen if there was a fire in the cockpit and they ran out of
----- Original Message -----
From: silvan delaney <silvandelaney at eircom.net>
To: Rick Moen <rick at linuxmafia.com>; irish linux users group <ilug at linux.ie>
Sent: Wednesday, September 12, 2001 11:18 PM
Subject: Re: [ILUG] Re: hmm...
> to me the whole cockpit- cabin should be separate from passenger- cabin to
> have no interaction like in good- old- fashioned trains.
> if you fly private it's desirable to sit near the pilot as s/he might be a
> good friend.
> but ordinary flights???
> safe me from the hooligans...
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Rick Moen" <rick at linuxmafia.com>
> To: "irish linux users group" <ilug at linux.ie>
> Sent: Wednesday, September 12, 2001 11:08 PM
> Subject: Re: [ILUG] Re: hmm...
> : begin Paul Jakma quotation:
> : > so the cockpit would effectively not be pressurised?
> : My goodness. That's a very bizarre misreading of what I said.
> : (1) I did not say impermeable. I just said "security door".
> : (2) If a complete cutoff _were_ deemed desirable, one might provide
> : the cockpit with a separate air supply.
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