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France / Plane Crash / Cockpit Regulations / A Discussion #1081038

CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 27, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The changes in plane flight regulations following the crash of Germanwings Flight 9252 into the French Alps introduced; details given about cockpit rules & the debate over cameras in the cockpit.

(New York: Randi Kaye) The call for cockpit video cameras examined; scenes shown from the 1997 plane crash & usable cameras; details given about the privacy issue & the NTSB view for cameras. [Physical Optics Corp. Ross MOHR@- explains how cameras could work in cockpits.] [Retired pilot Ron NIELSEN@- explains what cameras could do.] [Retired pilot Jim TILMON@- opposes cameras.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with aviation attorney Justin Green@ & pilot Miles O'Brien about cameras in pilots. [GREEN, O'BRIEN - offer views of cameras in cockpits & the pilots' point of view: mistrust of management.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi
Duration:
00:07:40

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