This guy is on the mark. Perhaps airlines need to realise we may want some protection from this sort of thing and we would prefer they invested in this rather than spending millions on fancy entertainment systems etc, etc. I would always prefer to fly EL AL for these reasons if they were available on the route I was flying. They believe in real security, including really getting into profiling and missile defence systems on their aircraft, rather than trying to look like they are doing the right thing, but achieving little beyond window dressing.
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