I am sure I am going to receive a lot of flak for this suggestion but I think its needed. I would like to see a restriction on bailing out of aircraft midflight, more specifically for ESF and liberators. Galaxy passengers should still be able to hotdrop as they can at the moment but pilots and crew should only be able to bail if the vehicle has the ejection seat cert fitted. As it currently stands the ejection seat certification is pointless, I am yet to see one person who uses it since it takes up a valuable slot and anyone intending on bailing will just go light assault and survive the fall. Players should be restricted to being able to get out of their aircraft only once it has landed (which I imagine could be implemented with the similar detection to aircraft landing gears deploying) unless they have the ejection seat certification installed. This would solve the following problems: give the ejection seat certification some kind of use selfish players would no longer be able to deny other players kills by senselessly bailing out of their aircraft only to suicide themselves players would no longer accidently bail out of aircraft by hitting E when going for any of the keys nearby (I know this can be, and I have, rebound to another key but it would be solved nonetheless with this) aircraft would no longer be used as quick and easy transport for light assaults to get onto tops of facilities unless they spend the certs to treat them as such and following on from previous comment would give more of a use to galaxys for deploying players onto the top of facilities and more of a use as air transport Personally I will try my best not to bail unless I think I am going to survive the fall (so I will go in for an emergency landing and get out to either rep or run depending on the scenario). I have come across far too many players that hit E at the slightest hint of aircraft death and do not even try to fight back. I am sure this has been mentioned before but I am yet to see any major advances in this direction so if it has I am just bringing it up again to get some attention towards the idea.