The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)will require secondary barriers to the flight deck on all new airplanes in the US.  The new rule will come into effect in 60 days and the airlines have until mid-2025 to comply. The new FAA rule mandates that airlines have a second physical barrier installed in planes to be used when the cockpit door gets opened during a flight. During a panel discussion announcing the new rule, Bill Cason, director of security for the Coalition of Airline Pilots Associations, said the cockpit can’t be locked for entire flights, especially during extended operations. Although cockpit doors are kept

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