Hey guys and girls. Seems like every time I take a plane trip, I return bursting at the seams with questions.
Anyway, first question that came to mind:
I flew Jetblue for the first time over Christmas, roundtrip from LGB
, connecting in JFK
both ways. Whenever I fly a new airline, I try and pay attention to little details that may be different from previous airlines I've flown.
On this occasion, on all 4 flights, I noticed that whilst doing the passenger briefing, when they announced where the doors on the aircraft are, neither of the FA
's pointed to the door locations, as I've seen them do on every other flight I've been on (that I can remember). I always assumed that the pointing out the door locations was an FAA requirement, but I appear to be mistaken.
Now obviously, in an A320 with a single cabin, it's pretty easy to look up and see the 4 doors and 4 over-wing exits. Still, it was just a curious thing that I happened to notice.
Anyone know anything about passenger briefing procedures, and whether this is something that is airline-specific?
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