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United Airlines Responds To Protocol Breach

United Airlines Responds To Protocol Breach

United Airlines announced Sunday its cockpit door access information was accidentally made public but the problem had already been fixed. A flight attendant mistakenly posted information that included access codes to get in and out of a cockpit on a public website, according to reports.
The airline periodically changes codes that need to be punched into a keypad on the outside of the cockpit door to request entry into the flight deck. After the code is entered the cockpit is alerted to open the door from the inside, which also requires a specific code.
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