When it comes to safety, the air transport industry is accustomed to discussing pilot proficiency in automated cockpits and loss of control and intentional controlled flight into terrain incidents. In the security arena, terrorist threats have been a constant and ever-pressing topic that has gained renewed attention in light of the most recent attacks. But when it emerged that co-pilot Andreas Lubitz had flown a Germanwings Airbus A320 into the side of a mountain to commit suicide, one ...

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