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Clapping After Landing  
User currently offlineJawed From United States of America, joined Sep 2006, 482 posts, RR: 0
Posted (6 years 6 months 11 hours ago) and read 30905 times:

When I flew about 25 years ago I still remember people clapping after the landing, especially on long international flights. (This was in Europe, where I grew up.) Was this also done in the US at that time? When did people stop clapping? Because I haven't seen that done in years.

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User currently offlineQF744FAN From Australia, joined Jan 2007, 127 posts, RR: 0
Reply 1, posted (6 years 6 months 11 hours ago) and read 30908 times:

I would guess that it stopped being commonplace when flying became moreso, and less of a mystery. Though I remember applause at Kai Tak, and you'll still hear a smattering after a strong crosswind landing, usually from the people who don't fly often though  Smile

User currently offlineSlz396 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 2, posted (6 years 6 months 11 hours ago) and read 30889 times:

You will still hear it on charter flights full of tourist in Europe these days.
Even the worst landing will routinely get an applause from the pax, thus showing how unexperienced these people are at flying....

You definitely won't hear it on a scheduled flight these days.

User currently offlineCpd From Australia, joined Jun 2008, 5034 posts, RR: 34
Reply 3, posted (6 years 6 months 11 hours ago) and read 30852 times:

Quoting Slz396 (Reply 2):
You definitely won't hear it on a scheduled flight these days.

And if someone did clap, the rest of the passengers would look at them like they were weird.

Who knows, you might even be arrested by an air-marshall!

User currently offlineDanfearn77 From United Kingdom, joined Jul 2008, 1849 posts, RR: 8
Reply 4, posted (6 years 6 months 11 hours ago) and read 30823 times:

Personally it annoys me a little! The last time i heard it was on my AMS-MAN flight about 2 years ago. We performed a go-around and landed at the second attempt.

I remember when i was a kid it was a lot more common.

Eagles may soar high, but weasels dont get sucked into jet engines!
User currently offlineScallar From Sweden, joined Nov 2005, 143 posts, RR: 0
Reply 5, posted (6 years 6 months 10 hours ago) and read 30775 times:

I think a legit question about this, which was asked in the Swedish movie "Sällskapsresan" ("The Charter Trip"), is... Will the passengers boo the pilots if they crash?  Smile

User currently offlineANCsupercub From United States of America, joined May 2007, 147 posts, RR: 0
Reply 6, posted (6 years 6 months 10 hours ago) and read 30776 times:

Quoting Danfearn77 (Reply 4):
Personally it annoys me a little!

It annoys me too. A couple weeks ago on a QX flight into SEA we had moderate turbulence and when we landed the plane irrupted into applause. I guess I shouldn't let it bother me, but for whatever reason it does!

User currently offlinePagophilus From Australia, joined Oct 2006, 114 posts, RR: 0
Reply 7, posted (6 years 6 months 10 hours ago) and read 30725 times:

Take a flight to Greenland and the passengers will clap upon landing.

User currently offlineTK787 From United States of America, joined Jan 2006, 4977 posts, RR: 11
Reply 8, posted (6 years 6 months 9 hours ago) and read 30635 times:

I even heard clapping during take off at AKN, after a long fishing season.
I hear it when people land in their old country, it is joyful.
I love it, I join in, it is human.

User currently offlineTraindoc From United States of America, joined Mar 2008, 403 posts, RR: 0
Reply 9, posted (6 years 6 months 9 hours ago) and read 30587 times:

In January, my wife and I flew into BCN from GRX, one of the bumpiest landings we have ever experienced. Once we touched down, the passengers applauded spontaneously.

Turns out we were landing into 40 MPH winds from a winter storm which had struck earlier in the day. We did not learn about this until after landing. The Mediterranean sea was so churned up that it looked as if you were flying over ice and snow on land!

User currently offlineJU068 From Vanuatu, joined Aug 2009, 3114 posts, RR: 6
Reply 10, posted (6 years 6 months 9 hours ago) and read 30568 times:

It happens in JU as well quite often and CY. It's nice, a way of saying thank you to the pilot and the crew...

User currently offlineKiwiRob From New Zealand, joined Jun 2005, 10080 posts, RR: 14
Reply 11, posted (6 years 6 months 9 hours ago) and read 30562 times:

Germans clap, I've been on a number of Lufthansa flights in the past couple of year and most have a smattering of people clapping on them. I don't see any problem with it at all.

User currently offlinePlunaCRJ From Uruguay, joined Nov 2007, 581 posts, RR: 1
Reply 12, posted (6 years 6 months 9 hours ago) and read 30498 times:

Quoting Cpd (Reply 3):
And if someone did clap, the rest of the passengers would look at them like they were weird.

Quoting Slz396 (Reply 2):
You definitely won't hear it on a scheduled flight these days.

Quoting Slz396 (Reply 2):
applause from the pax, thus showing how unexperienced these people are at flying....

Quoting ANCsupercub (Reply 6):
It annoys me too.

I don´t understand why would someone find it annoying. What would you say if I tell you that I was guilty of this very same thing a year and a half ago?

Nobody looked me as I was weird, I was not an unexperienced flyer and it was at a scheduled flight.

This happened on a EZE-GYE-UIO LAN flight. Everything was fine until we aligned in the runway at GYE for the final, 30 minute segment to UIO. Once in the runway, instead of taking off; we taxied back to the ramp. We were soon informed by our lady captain that Quito was below minimuns, and closed. So we had to wait.

Forty five minutes later, the captain announced that the weather at Quito had improved, and we promptly departed into the night skies. What followed was one of the most bumpy flights between thunderstorms I´ve experienced.

Thirty minutes later, over Quito, the captain informed that since our departure from GYE the weather at UIO had deteriorated and was once again below minimuns, and that we were going to have to wait again. We holded for thirty minutes over UIO before the visibility improved a bit and landing.

At landing, sure I clapped. This crew brought us all all of us to UIO that night. Sincerely, I was expecting to spend the night in GYE.

Quoting TK787 (Reply 8):
I love it, I join in, it is human.


User currently offlineEIJFK From Ireland, joined Jul 2008, 122 posts, RR: 0
Reply 13, posted (6 years 6 months 8 hours ago) and read 30430 times:

It only occurs sometimes on EI longhaul these days (which is all that I fly). Nowadays, it's usually tourists that do it, but if they do, I'll join in. It's a mark of respect for a job well done. Wouldn't mind if I get a round of applause once in a while leaving the classroom, now would I?  Wink

I miss the atmosphere on board in the 80s. Classic 747s, back in the smoking area with my family. Everyone was "heading home", people would drink, now and again songs would break out, and there was definitely clapping. Everyone was excited to be home again!

User currently offlineAdriaticus From Mexico, joined May 2004, 1149 posts, RR: 17
Reply 14, posted (6 years 6 months 8 hours ago) and read 30374 times:

I've witnessed clapping in scheduled flights fairly recently: AR A310 service MEX>BOG (The service continued without me BOG>EZE. This was probably in 2005 or 2006); On DL's B763 ATL>SCL in 2007; On AR MD82 AEP>BHI>FTE; again AR MD82 FTE>USH; and again AR MD 82 USH>AEP, in 2008.

It's probably a regional thing.

But also, not a long time ago, also on a regularly-scheduled AM B73G MEX>MTY run, the captain made a point of letting the pax know his first officer was his daughter, and she would take us to MTY. He must have mentioned two-three times over the mike. When we finally landed in MTY, with an unusually-smooth touchdown, the captain came again to the mike yelling "-Esa es m´hija!!!" (literally "_That's my daughter!!!"). We pax laughed and clapped in a very light-hearted manner that day. Upon starting disembarkation, they both came out of the cocpit, in full uniform, to farewell us pax good bye. Many of us complimented them on a nice manner.

These things don't bother me at all. If anything, they make the flight feel a lo more of a human affair. I'd rather have passengers clapping around me than a voice over the mike advicing how we pax are not supposed to this, that, the other, or stand up from our seats 30 minutes before landing in DCA...  


[Edited 2009-11-02 03:38:31 by adriaticus]

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User currently onlineTreg From Estonia, joined Oct 2001, 543 posts, RR: 0
Reply 15, posted (6 years 6 months 7 hours ago) and read 30286 times:

Quoting Slz396 (Reply 2):
You definitely won't hear it on a scheduled flight these days.

Still occurs in some parts of the Europe. This summer I was in Ukraine and on WAW-LWO flight the applause was quite strong. Interestingly, on a return flight there was only a few claps.

User currently offlineCamiloA380 From Sweden, joined Feb 2008, 486 posts, RR: 13
Reply 16, posted (6 years 6 months 7 hours ago) and read 30222 times:

The thing is that, when i fly with my family, i start to clap then my family also, and then suddenly everybody is clapping! Big grin. I think people should clap after a landing because everybody wins in it, i mean for us its fun, and the crew really appreciate it and becomes happy! And remember that we depend on the pilots hand in every flight!
I often clap when landing, and i fly A LOT!
Come on, flying isn't like taking the buss!  Smile

Quoting TK787 (Reply 8):
I love it, I join in, it is human

 thumbsup   Smile

CamiloA380  airplane 

User currently offlineChilledflyer From United Kingdom, joined Feb 2004, 117 posts, RR: 0
Reply 17, posted (6 years 6 months 7 hours ago) and read 30166 times:

Earlier this month on FV's TU154M from LED to DME - the whole cabin clapped. I think people were glad that they got off alive (I know I was!)

Justice delayed, Justice denied
User currently offlineEICVD From Ireland, joined Mar 2008, 2285 posts, RR: 5
Reply 18, posted (6 years 6 months 7 hours ago) and read 30098 times:

Quoting Slz396 (Reply 2):
You will still hear it on charter flights full of tourist in Europe these days.
Even the worst landing will routinely get an applause from the pax, thus showing how unexperienced these people are at flying....

You definitely won't hear it on a scheduled flight these days.

Always happens on my DUB-PMI flights but never when I fly DUB-LHR. Its the most annoying thing when looking forward to your holidays  banghead 

User currently offlineOffloaded From United Kingdom, joined Apr 2009, 1187 posts, RR: 0
Reply 19, posted (6 years 6 months 7 hours ago) and read 30086 times:

We always clapped on LN flights. Sometimes even kissed the ground too.

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User currently offlineMadameConcorde From Monaco, joined Feb 2007, 11330 posts, RR: 34
Reply 20, posted (6 years 6 months 6 hours ago) and read 30063 times:

We certainly clapped and cheered big time on the (real) A380 inaugural flights, Sydney, London and Narita. I mean big time, especially that time when we were diverted to Nagoya because of the typhoon at NRT as everybody there was waiting for the first A380 commercial landing at NRT and we found ourselves at NG0 and became quite a curiosity for the NGO terrace onlookers. That time we left NGO and landed at NRT was big clapping time after all the tenison on board because of the rerouting and waiting on the ground wiehout being able to exit the aircraft. What an adventure that was! Some A380 inaugural memories there!
Lots of clapping and cheering when we landed with the first A380 commercial flight at LHR also. Many good moments to remember!

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User currently offlineSCCutler From United States of America, joined Jan 2000, 6044 posts, RR: 26
Reply 21, posted (6 years 6 months 6 hours ago) and read 29990 times:

My wife and son clap each time I land, not sure whether this means that they admire my cool, professional demeanor and the skill displayed in plane-handling, or simply that they are amazed to still have limbs with which to clap and the life-force to set them in action! (big grin, I hope).


Joking aside, while one might mock those who express enthusiasm and appreciation for the airline crews, I say bring it on; it's not as if they are heaped with excesses of glory these days. As a pilot, I have a reasonable idea of what the cockpit crew are dealing with, and will toss a "nice work" at 'em as I disembark. No one has shot me the finger yet...

...three miles from BRONS, clear for the ILS one five approach...
User currently offlineUshermittwoch From Germany, joined Jan 2004, 2999 posts, RR: 14
Reply 22, posted (6 years 6 months 6 hours ago) and read 29962 times:

This is my #1 pet peeve. People don't clap every time the bus or train stops at the station, although there is more skill involved. I have not seen a bus yet which can drive itself to a station without a driver...

If you want to hear people clap, fly Wizzair. It happens on EVERY flight.

Where have all the tri-jets gone...
User currently offlineBirdwatching From Germany, joined Sep 2003, 4086 posts, RR: 50
Reply 23, posted (6 years 6 months 6 hours ago) and read 29901 times:

I think it's annoying too. The craw are just doing their job, and besides, chances are that the cockpit crew will not even hear it.

Do you clap at the supermarket after the cashier has taken your money?
Do you clap at the restaurant after they bring you your food?
Do you clap when the garbage man picks up your trash?
Do you clap after the dentist has pulled out a tooth?

All those people are doing their job too. Why not applaud them?

Soren  santahat 

All the things you probably hate about travelling are warm reminders that I'm home
User currently offlineWouwout From Australia, joined Dec 2007, 128 posts, RR: 0
Reply 24, posted (6 years 6 months 6 hours ago) and read 29887 times:

Quoting KiwiRob (Reply 11):
Germans clap, I've been on a number of Lufthansa flights in the past couple of year and most have a smattering of people clapping on them. I don't see any problem with it at all.

It still happens on Lufthansa flights, I noticed a couple of weeks ago on my SFO-MUC flight.

25 Camiloa380 : Clapping after landing - good old times CamiloA380
26 Falstaff : I heard it for the first time after a NW 744 flight DTW-AMS in 2008. I wondered what the deal was. I had not heard it before or again in Europe or th
27 Gorgos : Greeks clap, wherever they go
28 Scoobyd75 : Always heard it when I went Iberia from Madrid to Seville. We land in Seville and the clapping starts instantly. I would not be surprised if it still
29 LY4XELD : Does your cashier hold your life in their hands? Can your server land an airplane? Does your garbage man bring you home or help you start a journey?
30 SKYYBLUE : I don't see why people get so annoyed? Who cares if people clap? They are happy and that is no reason to be annoyed with someone. Going to the Dominic
31 Isitsafenow : How about clapping and cheering out loud on take-off? I was involved in that a few years back on a NW 727 leaving MKE after a 5 hour wx delay. safe
32 Camiloa380 :
33 FUN2FLY : I enjoy the clapping. Heightens the excitement of being somewhere new or getting home safely. It made my trip to BUD on Malev special 10 years ago. St
34 FlyingSicilian : The Germans I fly with do it often. I regularly fly TUIfly, (now I'll be flying Air Berlin) from DUS and CGN to CTA and a several other Italian citie
35 PlymSpotter : It's a cultural thing - I've heard it on dozens of scheduled flights in Eastern Europe and the former block countries. Even passengers in C clap, and
36 Rcair1 : Annoyed? Boy - I'd hate to be around when somebody complimented you on a good job. Which, BTW, many have based on your RR - congrats!: I primarily no
37 MogandoCI : I guess the rationale is that flying has a much higher chance of death than any one of those day-to-day activities sad, but true story : the greatest
38 Rcair1 : Why sad?
39 SQ_EK_freak : Still happens on the long haul Philippine Airlines flights coming back from the US. Those flights always felt like an odessy to me, and was always nic
40 Gorgos : Here in Greece there´s another habit. Whenever somebody lets a plate or glass fall in a restaurant or bar, many people start clapping and cheering al
41 Acey559 : When I flew from ATL-TLV last month everyone clapped. I've had it on some other flights as well, from BOS-BGR last spring when we finally got to BGR a
42 CARST : Like mentioned above on the majority of flights on German airlines it is still common for a lot of people to clap after the aircraft landed. What i fi
43 413x3 : Those people are probably just clapping because they landed, nobody claps as a rating system for a landing. Ask any pilot, a good landing is one wher
44 Metroliner : Me neither/me too. Flew KL AMS-LHR recently, and it was a totally routine flight. Not one thing out of the ordinary, weather was absolutely perfect,
45 Jmbweeboy : Clapping on arrival used the be very common on arrival for flights into San Juan Puerto Rico from the US mainland. Remember those Trans Caribbean DC-8
46 Nclmedic : As I said yesterday, this really is one of my pet hates when flying!
47 Gr8Circle : Thought I'll just add my two cents to this discussion.... I've never been on a flight where pax clapped after a landing....however, I would venture to
48 Inesilio : I tend to come accross it quite alot... but then I do live in Italy, taking quite a few flights to Spain! After a particularly hairy approach last wee
49 Rcair1 : On the other hand, one of my pets, hates flying... He has been known to howl - but only during takeoff roll (he is talking to the engines I'm sure, e
50 Elal772 : It does all the time on ELAL. not wierd, just don't fly that much. I don't think so ! Religious people tend to clap, be it Jewish or Christians. When
51 Keithh233 : I was on a Northwest Airlink flight out of IDA that was delyayed for 2 hours while we were all sitting on the plane, everyone clapped when we got in t
52 Ohsopc : I was flying FCO - BKK on Thai 2 years back and people were clapping after landing. I assume it was because the landing itself was really smooth (it w
53 Fca767 : We had a little clap on landing in st martin...and probably another time somewhere when it was a bit bumpy
54 PHKLM : On a recent flight, the entire cabin clapped after one of the crew members made a very good show out of the safety demo. When I flew through very roug
55 Skyhigh777 : Back in August I was on a DL flight taking off from JFK with a broken APU...Meaning no AC for almost 2 hours while we were on the ground waiting to ta
56 EIJFK : Habits are habits. I've always notice people on EI flights bless themselves on takeoff. Not a lot, but there's always a few that do it.
57 JetBlue777 : Most flights going to the Philippines, you can always hear clapping. most overseas Filipino workers are happy to be back home. Also, when their are al
58 Viaggiare : I don't clap upon landing; never have and never will. No matter how skillful or miraculous that touch-down might seem, such tacky social behavior inva
59 Lxmd11 : i remember a flight a few years back on AF EWR-CDG. Nothing special happened it all seamed routine, but once we landed the whole plane (including buis
60 GT4EZY : I think people should realise that the people that clap these days are, more often than not, in high spirits. This is is usually because they are on h
61 Timaay419 : If the clapping is an expression of excitement or happiness for finally taking off after a long delay, or for a safe landing in inclement weather...so
62 MadameConcorde : I love ELAL. They are a really good airline. Too bad they don't belong to Star Alliance. I could fly with them a lot more often if they were. Always
63 LHRSpotter : Because after 5 horrific widebody crashes in just 60 days landing safely in US was not taken for granted anymore?
64 Falstaff : I have heard that before after a long delay. But only that one time, that I mentioned earlier for no reason at all. Another kind of odd flight with l
65 Contrails15 : Look, anytime you go 30,000 ft in the air and make it down safely, anyone has the right to clap. You don't like it, put your head phones on before lan
66 Ushermittwoch : What did I miss? I can only add up three widebody crashes in this time frame...
67 EIJFK : Well, there was the 4 planes from the 9/11 attacks, plus AA 587. Hope I'm right about this...
68 Kevin : Whenever u fly and there r Russians in the plane you will definetly hear them clap It's just a nice tradition I myself enjoy. Thank you plane and than
69 Vio : Usually after long Trans-Atlantic flights people clap. I flew CSA one time from Prague to Toronto and people started clapping once we landed. It was m
70 HNL2BOS : Hello All, First time poster here, whenever I arrive back to Hawaii I always clap. Not so much for the landing but for being back in Hawaii. In fact I
71 BMI727 : Two of the hijacked aircraft on 9/11 were narrowbodies. That leaves only the two 767s hijacked on 9/11 plus AA587 so only three widebodies were lost
72 VHSMM : I flew from Singapore to Paris in December last year on Singapore Airlines. Both the flight and landing were smooth as silk (whoops wrong airline!) Th
73 Ssublyme : I see it as appreciation for the Pilots and cabin crew. Somewhat like an ovation. Happens often enough when I fly within Nigeria.
74 Ozark1 : Back in the old days I used to fly the all nighter from SJU to JFK. Puerto Ricans like to clap. I would be sitting in the far back jumpseat on a 747 a
75 MCO2BRS : I find clapping to be most annoying, but at the same time if its what other people want to do, let them do it. I've seen it on many flights both inter
76 Cpd : Good to see you understood my meaning. On celebratory flights or very tough landings that were accomplished very well, I've noticed it. More often th
77 Mastermis : Happens sometimes on flights from Canada to anywhere south. On charters its all the time, but have not been on one of those for a while. On scheduled
78 Asu : I remember the last time I heard clapping it must have been in the 90's still. It was on Iberia (back when Iberia and AR were an item) connecting from
79 Viaggiare : They'll still want to hear any crew instructions should there be an emergency.
80 Heathrow : Even if these people have your life in their hands, it is their job to safely bring you from point to point. They are paid to do these things, and I
81 Ksancoflyer : Okay, I don't know about everyone else, but almost every time I fly into Rochester, NY (KROC) in the winter. Theres always a lot of clapping. Always f
82 IAirAllie : I find it weird and slightly off putting on commercial flights. However I love it on military charters when the guys and girls let out a big rowdy che
83 Acey559 : I'm flying EI next month, is there something I should be worried about?!
84 EWRkid1990 : I had clapping on a Caribbean Airlines flight from POS to JFK in July of '08, although it was probably because of the approach to 13L, with that sharp
85 PipoA380 : SIN-ZRH flight on SQ, no later than last week, the back of the plane started clapping. I almost fell off my seat! A comic guy in France made a sketch
86 Post contains links SEATTLE : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QNFRz0fneLA Only flight I've been on where there was clapping and cheering. After much delay in Tucson and several plan
87 UALWN : Yeah, many of my holidays have been ruined by the clapping of the people on landing at the destination. Horrible.
88 Sankaps : Yes, sometimes Have heard clapping (and continue to hear it) on many of my flights, most commonly as others have pointed out, on flights with large n
89 ElpinDAB : Clapping for landings still happens. Maybe it takes a good atmosphere in the cabin, thanks to the flight attendant(s)' services, but it happens. If yo
90 SQ772 : Ah, that explains it. I was on a DUS-YYZ flight on LH some 20 years ago, and must have fallen asleep during descent. I was woken up by applause in th
91 EIJFK : Haha, I think you'll be fine! It's usually older Irish Catholic women, they're always into the prayer thing! I know the two 757s involved were narrow
92 LHRSpotter : Yes, that's exactly what I meant.
93 Contrails15 : To each is own, but how does it ruin your holiday? Perhaps its annoying, okay some people are annoyed by minor things in life but how does it ruin yo
94 Rcair1 : Ah- what confused me was referring to the 9/11 plane crashes. Yes - technically - they were, but in my 'world' they just don't seem like crashes. Rat
95 AM744 : Admittedly I only fly two or three times a year but have yet to hear any clapping in my 30+ year life. Those appear to be pretty dangerous environment
96 Jonathan L : I was on a JFK-LAX flight last week where there was clapping upon landing. First time in a long time I'd heard that. If people feel the need to do it
97 IAirAllie : Um you missed the posters sarcasm smiley.
98 Avrich : I was on a flight in Ecuador earlier this year when all the passengers burst into applause on landing. Given the clunky old 737-200 and the "tight" ap
99 Contrails15 : [quote=IAirAllie,reply=97]Quoting Contrails15 (Reply 93): To each is own, but how does it ruin your holiday? Perhaps its annoying, okay some people ar
100 HAWK21M : Guess some Pax are happly to be back on the ground & express it.... regds MEL.
101 IrishLPL : I've noticed this happens sometimes on FR flights from DUB; mostly after copious amounts of alcohol and when people are going on their holidays or sta
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