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Silly as it may have been, the Air NZ incident reminds us that there is a hole in the 777 cockpit security arrangements, and while it was exploited by its own crew on this occasion, it could, might, maybe, have been exploited with evil intent on MH370.
In 1999, an EgyptAir Boeing 767 bound for Cairo from New York crashed with 217 people on board. Although disputed by Egyptian investigators, the US National Transportation Safety Bureau found the relief first officer had deliberately plunged the jet to the ground while the relief captain was out of the cockpit on a toilet break.
originally posted by: BlackDog10
a reply to: Psynic
Where is your proof that MH370 was hijacked let alone explosives were used? Your claim for that is just as valid as my claim that Barney the dinosaur suddenly appeared in mid air in front of MH370 causing it to crash.
You can't just say 'explosives were used'. There is absolutely no proof of that.
originally posted by: myselfaswell--->The point is that apparently you cannot be locked out of the cockpit.
originally posted by: myselfaswell
a reply to: Ivar_Karlsen
If you know what it is, I don't won't to know and neither should anybody else know.