jerick Posted October 7, 2013 #1 Share Posted October 7, 2013 After boarding I usually look at the map on the cabin door to see the route to our muster station. Sometimes the route on the map includes a passage or stairway that is normally for crew only. When the muster drill happens, we are invariably directed to main passageways rather than the path on the map. I understand that there are potential safety issues with having passengers using crew routes, but is there any reason to expect that the crew routes will be open and that we will be directed that way in the event of a real emergency? Isn't there a chance that this will lead to confusion since it will not be the same as the muster drill? I don't understand the logic. In my opinion, one way or another, the route for the muster drill should be the same as the "real" route. Can anyone explain this? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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