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NZ air safety brief

Postby Londonrake » Sun Sep 06, 2020 11:25 am

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Re: NZ air safety brief

Postby Paphitis » Tue Sep 08, 2020 9:09 am

And this is the safety brief that should be given with added pilot satire. The real one that would actually save your life if you listen to it.

Not the infotainment one that the airlines do because we know that 60% of people don’t pay attention, and as a result, will drastically increase their chances of not making it in an accident/incident.

Btw, life jackets can save your life, but also be the very thing that kills you. The reason for that goes back to the fact most people don’t listen to the actual brief. And therefore, in a water landing, they inflate their life jackets inside the aircraft. If the hull fills with water, those people will float to the roof, be unable to get out and drown like a rat.

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Re: NZ air safety brief

Postby Kikapu » Tue Sep 08, 2020 10:10 am

Paphitis wrote:And this is the safety brief that should be given with added pilot satire. The real one that would actually save your life if you listen to it.

Not the infotainment one that the airlines do because we know that 60% of people don’t pay attention, and as a result, will drastically increase their chances of not making it in an accident/incident.

Btw, life jackets can save your life, but also be the very thing that kills you. The reason for that goes back to the fact most people don’t listen to the actual brief. And therefore, in a water landing, they inflate their life jackets inside the aircraft. If the hull fills with water, those people will float to the roof, be unable to get out and drown like a rat.



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