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some obvious flaws with your proposals.
1) The cockpit door can be locked/unlocked only from the pilots side,
2) The main cabin doors are not held closed by pressure. You need to see the
internal structure of one of these babies to believe the mechanism of cranks,
rods et al used to lock them.
The positive pressure on the inside of the door means that if some
lunatic decides he wants to leave, he can't get the door open because it has
to come inwards before it can swing out.
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