Airline Course On Surviving Crashes

October 4, 2011 by staff 

Airline Course On Surviving CrashesAirline Course On Surviving Crashes, In fact, British Airways is doing something about it. The London-based company is giving its frequent fliers the option of participating in four hours of lessons on what to do in the case of this type of emergency.

For those who are members of the BA Executive Club, this course teaches techniques to the ability to be safe, and in some cases still alive, if an accident happens to occur. The cost of around 195 per person (with frequent flyer miles air accepted), passengers who opt for this unique program are aware of a complete lesson in survival.

In charge of the new course, Andy Clubb said that “it is safer for passengers traveling to the skills and information. Dispels Internet all those theories about the tense situation, and only given to people for much more confidence in the flight. ”

And trust listed on the flight beyond the time of opting to take this class as well as learning the intricacies of air disaster survivors, other topics on the agenda Germanic course Clubb. Besides learning how to release the seat belt comfortably and finding a life jacket or conservative in the short term, students in the course of British Airways also practice the evacuation of a plane in a life like simulation by means of special many travelers escape slides have only ever seen but experienced.

While the number of a lure to take such a course is for plane crash survivor, the powers that BA are hoping to find that leavers will be able to help other passengers in an emergency.

Andy Clubb told Fox News that “other passengers around you react positively to the instructions given by the crew, the few passengers who could have frozen could go to those who demonstrate they know what they are doing.”

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