Tag Archive for: flight attendants

Carry-on baggage – an unpopular perspective, but worthy of discussion. One way to expedite emergency evacuations would be to promote passengers to put their valuables in small carry-on baggage kept at their feet. Don’t react, read.

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How many bags can a commuting flight attendant bring with them on board an aircraft? Does it matter if the flight attendant is in uniform or not?

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The passenger safety briefing is provided for passengers to watch and listen as it contains important safety information. So, why don’t passengers pay attention anymore?

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Are airlines required to provide language of destination flight attendants, and must airlines perform the safety demonstration in English and the local language?

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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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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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If a passenger brings their bag on board the plane but there isn’t enough room in an overhead bin, is there anything flight attendants should do before taking the bag from the passenger and having it put in the belly of the plane?

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