The two bells from the cockpit rang in the cabin, and the crew members hurriedly put down the "crew meal" they were holding to enter the cabin and evenly distributed to their respective stations.

the "crew meal", evenly distributed to their respective stations in the cabin, while adjusting their facial expressions

The crew put down the "crew meal" they were holding and evenly distributed to their respective stations in the cabin, while adjusting their facial expressions - it was time to board the passenger. In other words, from this moment on, we have to stand until 40 minutes later, the last passenger up, can not sit until the plane will enter the runway to take off.

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If she stands still and lets hundreds of passengers explore and find their own seats, then either the plane will take off standing up (a spectacle not permitted by the captain) or the flight schedule will have to be corrected.

Although seat numbers are marked on boarding passes and luggage racks, only the flight attendants are most skilled at matching them up accurately: often, just saying "Your seat is in row 24 D" is not enough, you have to point while saying: "This is the first row, count forward to row 24, the seat on the left by the aisle. seat." Of course, you must not react quickly when the passenger, who sees D as 0, asks you where row 240 is, "Where is the next plane?"

In the case of a two-aisle aircraft, the cabin attendant at the gate has the great and boring job of taking the passenger's boarding pass and telling from each letter of the alphabet whether the passenger wants to go left or right.

When a passenger asks you, "Kay, which side is it?", you have to understand soberly that K is in the left aisle. While greeting, while the hand should also be gentle, do not do as "robbed" people boarding pass, like the other side of the load of resistance.

There are many people, and if you don't see clearly, you may point the passenger to the wrong path, making him or her pay double the effort and confusion to sit in the right place. Sometimes pointing the right way can also go wrong.

In case, a passenger was walking through the galley, and on his way to the inside aisle, he stopped, pulled down the attendant's row of "jump seats" with difficulty, and asked despondently, "Is this where I sit?"

Finding a seat is still a small matter, but when passengers first come on board, the most new things are also the most.

The flight attendants are eager to clone themselves out of the fire line. One to find a place to put the luggage, a passenger with hypoglycemia symptoms to pour sugar water, a passenger who claimed to have been on his own plane warm greetings, while quickly in the mind to search for the passenger's memory, and shamefully in the heart sorry not found.

At this point, another passenger reported himself to be on oxygen, and you alertly report the situation to the flight attendant.

When you are busy, your brain and all other organs of the body may not cooperate. Once, a passenger had just come up, and Feng greeted him with a bow and a vocal greeting, "Goodbye!"

This is very unlike welcoming people to your home.