KLM, Air France and Transavia are using new cockpit rules after the Germanwings accident

KLM has formally introduced a new cockpit rule which forces that there are always two people present in the cockpit, according to the airline company.

The company is following the recommendations of the EASA, the European service for aviation safety. Who came in late March with a recommendation following the crash of the Germanwings unit, where the co-pilot locked out the captain out of the cockpit and continued to crash the Germanwings airplane.

The adjustment also applies to the French partner of KLM, Air France and Transavia.