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Flight report

Postby 3WE » Fri Feb 14, 2020 2:35 am

Rather lively turbulence up through FL 20 something in a WN Chicken Bus in the vicinity of RDU at ~1800Z, 13.02.2020

Flaps set before forward movement

Did not offer PPL, nor expired Red Cross first aid training to crew (in the unlikely event they needed it).

20 open seats- second to last row gave us an open middle.

Drink service occurred.

Aeroplanie set down gently about 1700
Ft in at Flyover.

I didn’t died on aeroplanie, parking shuttle, Vandelay Silverado nor the walk on the driveway to the house.

There is a new phrase in the preflight briefing- like most passengers I don’t listen. Something about leaving EVERYTHING behind in an evacuation. Witness how AssHat aviation fora can affect and improve safety!
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Re: Flight report

Postby Not_Karl » Fri Feb 14, 2020 3:27 am

There is a new phrase in the preflight briefing- like most passengers I don’t listen. Something about leaving EVERYTHING behind in an evacuation. Witness how AssHat aviation fora can affect and improve safety!
It's Ok, that's for the rest of the passengers. We have the right to rescue our belongings.
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Re: Flight report

Postby 3WE » Fri Feb 14, 2020 5:49 pm

There is a new phrase in the preflight briefing- like most passengers I don’t listen. Something about leaving EVERYTHING behind in an evacuation. Witness how AssHat aviation fora can affect and improve safety!
It's Ok, that's for the rest of the passengers. We have the right to rescue our belongings.
I think I knew that, but it was very reassuring to have it confirmed- Thanks.

Still we[no tialics] probably want to stay at least 3 ft/1-meter from Brianie.
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Re: Flight report

Postby Not_Karl » Fri Feb 14, 2020 7:08 pm

Still we[no tialics] probably want to stay at least 3 ft/1-meter from Brianie.
We should stay behind him to both have an exit pathway and avoid crushing injuries.
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