Airbags in your airplane?

AOPA NTSB studies airbags for general aviation
The National Transportation Safety Board is investigating the use of airbags on general aviation aircraft. The NTSB will post results of a study online on Jan. 11 after it holds a public meeting on the findings. The study examines airbags in survivable crashes, including the consequences of deploying airbags in small aircraft. AVweb

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