|Quoting HAWK21M (Reply 6):|
Can be used for:-
|Quoting FlyASAGuy2005 (Reply 5):|
Usually, when the purser picks up the handset (or whomever) it would send a double chime and the F/A's in the back will pick up and see what he/she wants. You will also hear it when the captain/F.O. is calling in the cabin.
|Quoting BWI757 (Reply 9):|
Also, to my untrained ear the chimes sound the same on A & B products, but are they
|Quoting Flashmeister (Reply 11):|
I want to know where you can download an MP3 or WAV of chimes that doesn't also include annoying cabin noise, etc. Seems like a perfect incoming SMS tone on my phone.
|Quoting N231YE (Reply 14):|
Out of curiosity, is there some sort of "code" regarding the number of chimes used? I seem to recall that with DL, the pilots sounded the chime 4 times, to mark either reaching 10,000ft (portable electronic devices may now be used), and to mark the initial descent (shut them off, seat belts). On AA though, I didn't notice this.
|Quoting Ward86IND (Reply 16):|
Also, apparently Airbus A320 series A/C chime automatically when gear-up is commanded and the no-smoking sign is in the AUTO position
|Quoting Pilotboi (Reply 7):|
Does anyone have lists for any particular airline?