Most flight attendants have about 5 or 6 just laying around, anyway. Even when the slightest wording is changed, 20,000 (or more) copies of the announcement booklet must be re-printed.
The Inflight Handbook that FA's use detail every scenario that they might run into, whether it be a man going into cardiac arrest, to a hijacker, or even to changing a passenger reading light on the 777. It includes specifics about each of the aircraft in the airline's fleet (as far as cabin information goes), such as how to open each and every door, packboard release handles (747-200 only), where safety items are located, etc. Probably the largest section, however, covers service standards and procedures for every aircraft and every configuration. Hundreds of pages detail how wine should be poured, and include queen cart set ups (the "open" carts with only three levels), and fold-out diagrams of how each and every meal service in every cabin goes ("4 FA's start pickup from front of YC while Galley and Galley Assist restock LC to prepare for Wine Service"-777 European YC ops). Quite a fascinating book! Very fun to read!
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