Aug. 23, 2021
Emergencies onboard business aircraft are thankfully rare, so passengers may often tune out preflight briefings, despite the vital information provided in them. If an emergency occurs, “it’s important to have passengers know how to use the doors, how to pull out fire extinguishers, where they’re located, what to do in a medical emergency, where the first aid kit is,” notes Christina Depew, a flight attendant for a Part 91 operation.
In this episode of NBAA’s “Flight Plan,” host Rob Finfrock speaks with:
- Christina Depew, flight attendant for a Part 91 operation based in Washington, DC
- Karen Hall, independent contract flight attendant
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