Date: 27 Aug 99 03:07:38 From: email@example.com (Stephen H. Westin) Organization: Cornell University Program of Computer Graphics Followups: 1 2 3
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Here's a stupid question: do airliners have the equivalent of an ignition key? What about door keys? Locking an airplane might be useful as an additional line of defense beyond airport fences, guards, etc. Especially when planes are stored for a significant period of time. Not that anyone is likely to sneak off with, say, a 747 from LAX in the middle of the night, but one would like to guard against vandalism, pilferage, and sabotage. I recall an incident some years back where some mischievous folks videotaped themselves inside a BA 747 late one nigth at the off-heathrow maintenance facility. But then imagine the chaos when someone locks the keys inside... -- -Stephen H. Westin Any information or opinions in this message are mine: they do not represent the position of Cornell University or any of its sponsors.