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France / Plane Crash / Cockpit Door / A Discussion (Part II) #1080799

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 26, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The focus on the cockpit door of the Germanwings plane that the co-pilot crashed into the French Alps introduced; doors shown.

(Victorville, California: Gary Tuchman) A look at stored airplanes in the California desert presented; scenes shown of the cockpit door on a 737 & the switches to lock the door. [Southern California Aviation Don BOUTWELL@- explains how tho door works.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with Airbus captain Ron Stock, CNN's Richard Quest & safety analyst David Soucie & former NTSB director Peter Goelz about the crash & the co-pilot. [SOUCIE, QUEST, GOELZ - talk about door safety changes, the industry's dilemma about the consequences of changes, the role of flight attendants as a second person in the cockpit, video from the cockpit, the automation system to prevent crashes.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary
Duration:
00:11:40

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