What do flight attendants say when emergency?

As a voice telling passengers to “brace for landing” comes over the intercom, instructors bellow “Bend over,” “Stay down,” and “Stay seated” in unison, as flight attendants might during an emergency situation.

Do you get charged for an emergency landing?

When landing at airports that do not charge a landing fee, if landing in an emergency there is no fee either.

Can you wear political clothing on a plane?

Micro-skirts, revealing shirts and clothing with political messages, obscene cartoons or poor language, more often than not, result in an airline ultimatum to change clothes, cover it up or be denied boarding.

How do you fly a plane in an emergency situation?

Approaching (the steps before landing) are some of the most critical factors of having a successful landing.

  1. Find an airport, fly over it. Nearest is usually the best.
  2. Line up with a runway.
  3. Reduce power and glide with speed.
  4. Add flaps.
  5. Get close.
  6. Power back, stay as close to ground as possible.
  7. Go around if necessary.

Are flight attendants required to know CPR?

In addition to the initial and recurrent training described in paragraph 5, flight attendants must receive the following: Initial instruction, to include performance drills, in the proper use of AEDs. Initial instruction, to include performance drills, in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).

What do pilot say before take off?

There is an announcement like: “Flight attendants, prepare for take-off please.” “Cabin crew, please take your seats for take-off.” Within a minute after take-off, an announcement might be made reminding passengers to keep their seat belts fastened.

Do private pilots have to pay to land at an airport?

Unlike commercial airliners, private jets and other general aviation aircraft aren’t charged to land on the airport’s runways. Now some airport watchdogs say it’s time for them to pay up. The other airports do not charge landing fees.

What does FOB mean in aviation?

abbreviation for free on board airport: used for stating that the seller is responsible for transporting goods to the airport, and the buyer is responsible for them from that point on.

Is it OK to wear flip flops on a plane?

“Flip-flops and backless shoes can also end up flying off your feet, and your feet are more likely to freeze, especially during a long flight.” Furthermore, open shoes can make for an unsanitary visit to the airplane lavatories. “Be wary of wearing sandals if you are planning on going in the lavatory,” warns Fischbach.

Can airlines tell you what to wear?

Many airlines, including American Airlines, do not have a detailed dress code. Instead, their carriage contracts include a general statement on how passengers should dress. For example, someone may have “a misogynistic view” about women who are not wearing a lot of clothing and make a complaint to crew members.

How do you perform an emergency landing?

Emergency Approach & Landing Procedure:

  1. Perform clearing turns.
  2. Establish best glide attitude for 68 KIAS.
  3. Ensure that the flaps are up.
  4. Trim to maintain airspeed.
  5. Determine the wind direction.
  6. Select a reference point that is near an area where an emergency landing can be made.
  7. Turn the aircraft toward the landing site.

Could a normal person land a plane?

Yes, if he is reasonably intelligent, calm, and able to precisely follow instructions. With the high level of automation present in most airliners, an ordinary person—with instruction over the radio from a pilot or flight instructor—could land an airliner just by doing as he is told.