Don’t Expect Greater Airport Security After Air Alaska Suicide Crash

Associated Press

A Horizon Air employee stole a turboprop Friday night at Seattle’s airport and few it around the city before crashing it on an island. Pictured is the crash site. Associated Press

Skift Take: Security is all about tolerances. Yes, there’s probably a way to ensure that no airline employee ever steals an airplane again. But it’s probably not worth instituting such procedures. This was likely more a tragic fluke than anything.

— Brian Sumers

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