A proposed solution to the commercial aircraft bomb problem: that of dispersing luggage so that the passenger and his luggage will never be carried on the same airplane (or if so, not to the traveler's knowledge). This scheme may be considered an interim measure until air transports strengthened in vulnerable areas are available. The airlines will be benefited because delays and flight cancellations will be diminished
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