http://cabinsafetyinfo.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Cabin-Safety-Info-Overhead-bin-1.jpg 591 1024 Donald Wecklein Donald Wecklein2021-06-16 03:36:372021-06-25 19:18:21What does the term readily accessible mean?
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Are window shades required by regulation to be open for takeoff and landing?
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Are flight attendants required to be trained on emergency equipment located in the flight deck?
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How can I determine the maximum number of infants we can allow on our plane?
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Are plastic cups allowed in the cabin for takeoff or landing when the airline provides the cups?
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Is there a way for me to find out whether over the counter medication or prescription medication I’m taking is permitted or prohibited when working as a crewmember?
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Can a passenger sit in a flight attendant jumpseat for takeoff and landing instead of their assigned seat in the cabin?
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We all get taught galley security and I understand why it needs to be done, but what’s the worst thing that could possibly happen?
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Do flight attendants ever get injured by turbulence? Some crewmembers seem to think they’re immune to injury.
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