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Can a passenger wrap a blanket around themselves during takeoff and landing?
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Can Baby Belts be used in the United States on a United States registered airline? They’re permitted for use in European countries and other parts of the world.
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What is the purpose of the Letter of Compliance, also called a Compliance Statement, an airline has to have when they are initially certified?
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Why is it so important for all crewmembers, flight attendants and pilots, to adapt their vision to outside conditions for takeoff and landing, particularly at night?
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Are armrests required by regulation to be down and locked during takeoff & landing?
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I am on a 50 passenger seat aircraft that has two jumpseats. Only one Flight Attendant is required. If a jumpseat rider occupies the empty jumpseat, does that constitute a fifty‐first seat, triggering the requirement to add a second Flight Attendant?
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