|Quoting AA737-823 (Reply 1):|
747F's typically have one from the upper deck small door, and one from the L1 door.
|Quoting tb727 (Reply 3):|
On the 727 we only had a knotted rope in a pouch over L1 in addition to the standard cockpit window escape ropes.
|Quoting DiamondFlyer (Reply 6):|
The DC9 freighters I flew were also the same way. But, I suppose if you had the time and hadn't wrecked to bad, you could roll the stairs down like a normal arrival.
|Quoting 113312 (Reply 5):|
It really depends upon the configuration and what is certified in original build or STC modification from passenger version. My company operated B727s for many years with one slide at the L1 door. However, that was considered a secondary exit with the primary being the side windows (CV) in the cockpit.
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