|Quoting Aa757first (Reply 2):|
Usually its just a metal bar that is fitted into brackets in the floor.
|Quoting FlyGuyClt (Reply 5):
Actually in the 757 it is. "Engage" and "Detach" on the arming lever.
|Quoting Pecoua (Reply 6):
On the 737s some airlines require the FA to "crack" the door open to alert the ground folks that the 737 door is disarmed...I am assuming WN does this and this particular FA said "rotate" to remind the aft FAs to "crack" their doors. Just my thought...
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