FAA to propose cabin cameras, wireless devices to improve security

09/20/2005 | CNET

The Federal Aviation Administration will propose installing cameras in the cabins of commercial aircraft and equipping flight attendants with wireless devices to improve security. The wireless devices would allow flight attendants to alert pilots to an emergency. The FAA will take public comments on the plan and then decide whether to require the changes.

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