The downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 is renewing discussions of installing missile defense systems on airliners. This technology costs about the same price as an in-flight entertainment system. Are airlines and passengers willing to pay for this protection? Jason Carroll takes a closer look.
They are more commonly referred to as "countermeasures" than antimissile systems. One such countermeasure is chaff just as an example.
The MUSIC system is awesome. In this world it should not be an option.
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