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Airplane safety brochures

Are airplane safety brochures useful? Once you get in the plane and the plane is about to take off the caption greets you, and lets the passengers know how the weather is outside, and where the plane is heading. Afterwards the caption wants you to drive your attention to one of the flight attendants. The flight attendant starts to tell you to about the plane guidelines as well as the brochure that is in the front sit of your sit. The brochure carries images in them that can help the passenger as well as children. Even though I personally do not pay attention to the brochure I occasionally look at it once in a while just to remind myself what to do when a situation does come to happen. Even though the brochure has a simple design the message is well tough out and can be understood in different languages.


  1. mdecarl2 wrote:

    Step-by-step designs that take the user through a given process are extremely helpful! This sequential skill helps travelers visualize the steps and easily locate items in the case of an emergency. In addition, this visual form of presentation can communicate itself across all languages, which is especially important on international flights!

    Wednesday, February 27, 2019 at 8:18 am | Permalink
  2. aamaya4 wrote:

    These brochures are can be helpful when you need to know where the lifejackets and air masks are but I have heard that some brochures tells the passenger, when the plane is falling, to cover their neck which actually helps them die faster so that the person can’t sue the airline, scary!

    Wednesday, February 27, 2019 at 1:22 pm | Permalink