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Airplane cabins are chock-full of secret cameras, but they're not used to spy on passengers. Here's what they're for and where to find them

4 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

An Embraer E195-E2 demonstration aircraft nicknamed "profit hunter" at Dubai Airshow 2021. Thomas Pallini/Insider
Airplane cabins have cameras that are primarily used for safety and security reasons.
Cameras can be placed outside the cockpit so pilots are aware of what's going on outside their cockpit door.
Flight attendants can use cameras to view a cabin that might otherwise be obstructed from their seats.
It's not at all uncommon to see travelers taking pictures when aboard an airplane as the miracle of flight allows for some remarkable views of the planet. A couple taking a photo...
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