Thank you. Certainly, if you have a fire on board the aircraft, you're going to want to land the aircraft as quickly as possible. Having said that, when you actually make a decision on where to land, different factors can influence that. Something that we practise all the time in the simulator is landing as quickly as possible, but you will have a choice of an airport that is very close but perhaps has a very short runway, or poor weather, or a bad instrument approach procedure, and choosing that airport over an airport that's farther away but has better facilities. That's the job that we do as pilots.
If I have an aircraft and I know I have a fire on board, and I know that this fire cannot be put out by any of the extinguishing measures I have on the aircraft, and if I knew I had, say, 90,000 lithium batteries on board, I may make a decision to land at a closer airport that doesn't have as good a facility or possibly even to ditch the aircraft in the water. The Asiana accident that happened, they attempted to do that.