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Instead they'll contact the police and ask the staff to look for suspicious packages etc.• December 1, 2017 PM "People are making decisions based on perceptions of job security rather than threat assessment." I disagree with your take, the job security issue only comes up if they don't follow the procedures for handling the report of a threat properly.Shoe bombers, underwear bombers, they're rare but they exist. 2 bombs have been delivered by US mail in northern CA in the past month. Until you have an up close experience with the potential result you won't appreciate it. If there were actually a bomb on the plane, I expect the terrorist would have detonated it at some point when they knew they were exposed, so people die regardless of how far the plane got on it's intended trip.
It's all 'overreacting' until something like this is found AFTER a terrorist attack, right? It's about as likely as this Wi Fi naming "threat". going to be that nobody died, because there was no credible threat.• December 1, 2017 PM Neurosis consuming us with analysis paralysis? That's a standing order backed by FAA regulation and god knows what else since 9/11. They're not in a position to evaluate that, they report it.What if, what if, what if...shoulda, coulda, woulda. The captain makes a decision and usually ultimately errs on the side of caution.(If there's an FAA regulation, please provide a link.
I just can't believe every plane on which the word "bomb" was uttered has done an emergency landing."Stop supporting terrorists like that, hmm." - Clive this is beneath you honestly. Why do you think you have some right to board a plane anyway? • December 1, 2017 PM "The onus is on you to forward a plausible scenario where it makes sense for a terrorist to broadcast their intention like this and then not act when the crew takes action." Nope, you're just nuts/trolling.