FAA Study Says Cargo Aircraft Security Sufficient Without Flight Deck Rules

FAA has no plans to change a cargo flight deck security mandate that allows operators to adopt security procedures rather than install a reinforced barrier to keep intruders out of cargo aircraft cockpits, the agency reports in a draft study completed for the U.S. Congress. The current FAA...

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