nws2002 wrote:This video has some automated announcements. Lots of background noise though.
StrandedAtMKG wrote:The obvious disadvantage is that we're all trained to ignore automated announcements and therefore more likely to miss relevant announcements. Once you've heard "The curb is for immediate loading and unloading..." a hundred times you stop listening to automated announcements.
AlnessW wrote:Appreciate all the commentary (that ad IS pretty funny!) but would be equally appreciative of responses to my inquires/observations above...
BravoOne wrote:Probably the wrong forum. Might do better over on the civil side?
AlnessW wrote:BravoOne wrote:Probably the wrong forum. Might do better over on the civil side?
Maybe! This doesn't seem to be going anywhere, but maybe people would take my question seriously on the main forum? Figured this was pretty technical/operations-specific, hence my posting here...
BravoOne wrote:Maybe you can't figure this out from where you're sitting but either no one cares about this subject or finds it completely off the grid.
AlnessW wrote:]"We now welcome First Class, status-whatchamajiggers, lorem-ipsums, and the so-and-sos to board through our Breezeway Lane"
DocLightning wrote:Thank you for this.
TTailedTiger wrote:They really need to bring the automated announcements back. You can barely understand some of the gate agents. It gave a far professional touch to Delta flights.
Max Q wrote:While on the subject, these endless, mindless PA announcements, in the gate area and the terminal are a significant part of what makes American airports so obnoxious and stressful
tax1k wrote:We are all immune to the Red Zone/White Zone PA voices at this point.
tax1k wrote:I’m talking about when you arrive at the gate and the gate agent opens the door and instead of letting people who have been sitting in airplane seats for 3 hours walk of the plane they say “welcome to wherever, we hope you enjoy your stay here, the weather (unchanged since last announced by the pilot) is .........,and the baggage claim number is ..........., and on and on).
AlnessW wrote:BravoOne wrote:Maybe you can't figure this out from where you're sitting but either no one cares about this subject or finds it completely off the grid.
...says the guy who suggested earlier that this topic be moved to a different forum where it might gain more interest.
If a thread about window styles can gain 50+ replies and another about fear of lavatories can pick up 20 - hey, anything is possible...
klm672 wrote:I remember these automated messages, and I didn't realize that they were taken away. I swear I was passing through a terminal a few months ago and they were still being used.
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