I have found that the English tend to be much more thorough in their safety checks of both an airliner and and airport security than the Americans.
Too many times Airplanes in the U.S have crashed killing many, especially when compared to British aviation disasters, and it seems to be quite easy to hijack an american airliner than it is an English one. This fact can be proven by the many times terrorist attacks have been foiled by the British secret service.
Knowing that it would be a terrorist dream too murder 300 people by driving a plane into a U.K city, it would have happened already. Thankfully, this has never happened, neither do I see a time in the future when it will. British security is by far, the best.
America, on the other hand, due tend to be a little too trusting, for this reason, terror attacks have been easily carried out, and to top it all, sometimes an airline engineer makes a mistake and has a result a plane comes down.
This, thankfully, does not happen, as our flight pilots, flight attendees, control tower personnel, and maintenance staff have quick and acerbic minds to remedy every single problem the aviation world may face.
It is quite a different story in America.
Would you agree that U.K airports are much, much safer than American ones?
I wish there was a way to give "thumbs down" to askers.
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I still wait for an new airliner designed and produced in UK. Nothing seems much in production of new Vickers, Bristol and De Havilland airplanes…? At least the French industry can produce jet transports and high performance jet fighters.
Like the rest of the industry in UK. Took the BMW engineers to make the Mini Cooper a decent car, the one produced 50 years ago in UK was rubbish -
When do we meet again in the Malvinas…? We have a few more Exocets ready to be launched on your little boats.