24
March
2014

Four Strategies to Prevent Another Missing Malaysia Plane Case

Four Strategies to Prevent Another Missing Malaysia Plane Case

Richard Aboulafia, an aerospace consultant with the Teal Group, also based in Virginia, says no changes should be made to aircraft designs in response to the MH370 case. "The experience of the past few decades shows that bad guys can find a way around technical solutions if they are on a plane, so the most cost-effective use of resources is to keep them off of jets," Aboulafia said. "Authorities need to improve human intelligence with better vetting of flight crews, better sharing of information about passengers, and better safeguards against counterfeit passports, even if they were not a problem with the missing plane," he added.

Tags Malaysia Airlines 370 Media Outlet: Voice of America Featured Analyst Richard L. Aboulafia

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