Pilots' union says cockpits need secondary barriers

02/1/2008 | Canada.com

A pilots' union in Canada supports installing secondary gates in cockpits. The union says the gate would keep the cockpit secure when pilots leave to get food or take a break. Canadian authorities have not acted on the recommendation, but some carriers, including United Airlines, already have secondary barriers in their cockpits.

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