FAA proposal requires jetliners to withstand terror attack

01/7/2007 | Seattle Times, The · Aviation Daily · Reuters

An FAA proposal would require Airbus and Boeing to design new jetliners to better withstand terror attacks. The proposed rule calls for stronger cockpit walls, smoke removal systems in passenger cabins, and fire extinguishers in cargo holds that can withstand explosives.

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