I'm wondering just HOW that main deck overwing exit gets deployed.
Excerpt from the A380 exit row passenger safety card:
"By sitting in this exit row on the A380 aircraft, you must be advised of the following points in the unlikely event of an emergency:
1) You will be required to rapidly construct the emergency scaffold device and attach it to the inflatable emergency exit slide. A hammer and a sufficient supply of nails is located immediately under your seat. Lumber for the emergency scaffold device is located in the baggage bin immediately above your seat row. Schematics for the emergency scaffold device are posted on pages 133-134 of our in-flight magazine, or are available upon request from a member of the cabin crew.
2) Important! All nails must be used in the construction of the emergency scaffold device! Failure to use all nails may result in an unsafe condition!
3) When attaching the completed emergency scaffold device to the inflatable exit slide DO
NOT use any remaing nails to attach the inflatable exit slide to the emergency scaffold device. If you have read and followed the instructions in Step 2) above, you should not have any remaining nails.
4) If time permits, the emergency scaffold device may be primed and painted. Primer, paint, and brushes are located in the forward lower deck galley.
5) In the event of missing lumber, nails, or paint, please see a member of the cabin crew for assistance."
I think I'll just sit up front when I fly on one...