I was reading another topic regarding cabin chimes and it brought up something of interest.
I know that chimes in the cabin are often used as a form of communication between the flight-deck and cabin crew. It seems as though they're different between different airlines; a sort of proprietary Morse Code, if you will.
Can any of the flight crew out there tell us on a per-airline basis what a "ding-ding" means vs. a "ding-ding-ding"?
What does your airline use as a "through 10k", or a "prepare cabin for landing", or "emergency situation"?
Again, I know that some of this is proprietary, but I recall reading an article having something to do with DL
's series of "dings" in the event of an airliner in distress. I wish that I could find it again.
Any insight would be great!
We can agree to disagree.