safety in aviation: listen to your flight attendant
Safety in Aviation: Listen to your Flight Attendant
If you’ve ever flown on an airplane, then you know what happens before takeoff. You step onto the plane, find your seat, and put away whatever carry-on items you may have. Then once everyone takes a seat, you direct your attention to the front to listen to some very important announcements from the flight attendants. First time flyers tend to listen very intently to the pre - flight safety instructions, but for many frequent flyers, the process is merely a regularity.
Regardless of however many times you might have heard these pre-flight instructions, it always helps to listen because as times change, new procedures arise that may differ from what you may have heard previously. Not only that, but different airplanes may have different layouts which means the exits may not be exactly where you think they’re supposed to be.
When the flight attendants make their announcements, they go over more than just rules and flight etiquette. They instruct you on what to do if an emergency landing is necessary. When flying, no one wants to even consider the possibility that your flight is stalled, but the fact remains that it is always better to be prepared for an emergency that doesn’t occur than be unprepared for one if it does. This is why aviation safety is so important and why, no matter how many times you have flown before, you should always make a point to listen to cabin crew safety instructions.
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