|Quoting FlyGuyClt (Thread starter):|
Nah, but when you really need them. They are there. Period.
|Quoting 747400F (Reply 1):|
some of them! And they should be - taht is way they are paid to be there.
the two MH stewards who alledgedly paniced - started paying and throwing drinks around- when their plane lost altitude - did not appear to be more that glorified waiters.
|Quoting FlyGuyClt (Reply 2):|
I really have no idea of what you are trying to say
|Quoting RkFast (Reply 7):|
Word is (from the original thread on this topic) that the Capitan evacuated, flagged down a car and had it drive him to the hospital.
This cannot be true. Can someone please confirm its not?
|Quoting Luxair_ca (Reply 12):|
hope you are proud of what you are saying here!!!!!!!!!!
|Quoting 747400F (Reply 1):|
the two MH stewards who alledgedly paniced - started paying and throwing drinks around- when their plane lost altitude - did not appear to be more that glorified waiters
|Quoting Chrisrad (Reply 15):|
Perhaps you should read the article more clearly and not make false accusations, the drinks flew out of their hand when the plane dropped 200 meters. I would like to see how you would react in such a situation? Plastered on the cabin ceiling perhaps? and you point out MH which is well known in the industry to have the best cabin staff out there.
|Quoting Aloha73G (Reply 11):|
Michelle Honda on AQ 243 on April 28, 1988. The fuselage ripped off from behind the forward boarding door to just forward of the wings leaving many rows of passengers exposed. 1 F/A sucked out (the only fatality) and the other F/A was severely injured in the aisle at the front of the cabin being held down by passengers.
Michelle crawled up and down the aisle (exposed to the elements) putting on lifejackets and preparing passengers for an emergency landing. This has to be one of the--if not THE--most terrifying crashes/incidents to have been on. Michelle Honda is more living proof that when the going gets tough, F/As pull through and save people's lives with their training.
|Quoting 747400F (Reply 13):|
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