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  1. Sice
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    Of curiosity, which airlines track fleet-wide?

  2. Miles
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    On a related matter, it looks as if the old 30-day beeper-battery-life standard needs revision. I think that a third “black box” with a 2-year beeper would be appropriate.

    And rather than using a standard li-on rechargeable battery, the long-life beeper might use a permanent sealed battery which is activated by seawater.

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