posted on Jul, 27 2014 @ 05:06 PM
It's a really simple question, with a really simple answer. The airlines are cheap, and do not care about the lives of their passengers. Why do
people fly, and not have parachutes? Make them available, and if people don't want to put them on, then so be it. But, I don't care if you have
50, or 300 people, you should have a parachute. You could even have it be an emergency, one shot parachute, and not a huge dual chute.
Oh, but wait, that takes up precious cargo space, which means less people, and less money...right?
Why is no one asking this question. In all of the years of these disasters, quite honestly, it is the fault of these airlines that they do not
provide parachutes in case of a disaster. So what if only one life is saved, is it not worth anything to them?