I’ve been watching Air Disasters on Netflix, and just watched “Explosive Evidence” about Air India 182. I’ve seen it before, but, I don’t mind watching some of these again.
One of the things said on there makes me wonder. They said that “new regulations” since things like this, and another incident prevent airlines from carrying any luggage unless the passenger it is attached to is on board that plane.
Now, I understand it would be IMPOSSIBLE to plan a bombing in this way, but, everyone knows that airlines LOSE luggage EVERYDAY. So, in this case, for any given flight, there HAS to be a random bag that is being re-routed from or to or back or where ever to get to the passenger it belongs to.
Now, this is not to say that the airline or TSA or whomever has not opened this bag and gone through it with a fine tooth comb, but, still, there has to be baggage that goes on planes everyday without their attached passengers.