Starlionblue wrote:Many Asian carriers announce to pax that they need to leave shades open when taking off and landing. AFAIK this is for awareness of the outside situation, and so that pax eyes get used to light levels in case there is an emergency.
Whether the measure actually increases safety or not, I don't know.
FlyingJhawk wrote:I have noticed that several Asian carriers when landing or taking off have the cabin lights on and all the window shaded open when landing and taking off. What is the purpose and logic of doing this?
Starlionblue wrote:this is for awareness of the outside situation, and so that pax eyes get used to light levels in case there is an emergency.
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