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Airline safety regulation for practice on evacuation procedures
Evacuation procedures practice should be carried out randomly on flights to improve safety.
People who may impact the safety of the flight, like drunk or drugged, could be screened out and removed.
Airline safety procedures would be double checked by airport safety officers and vice-versa, improving the overall safety.
People would more likely follow the procedures if needed
People would feel safer by more strict safety regulations
More real data on evacuation procedures could be collected
Airlines are safe enough already.
Delays on flights
Only a minor part of the passengers would actually be practicing the evacuation procedures, since such exercises could only be conducted on a small percentage of all flights.
Additional costs to airlines and thus more expensive tickets for consumers.
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