The airline promised to look into the incident
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The pilot made the wrong button and scared passengers
On Board the Singapore — London, which is owned by British Airways, I started to panic, after the pilot mistook the buttons in his cab.
“First off placards and light, then dropped the oxygen masks and made an announcement asking them to wear” — shared memories with the journalists of The Sun, one of the passengers, 24-year-old Mitchell Webb.
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After several minutes, the crew called passengers to ignore the Declaration because it is included due to a technical error, and one of the flight attendants promised to fix problems in the system.
“And even after all this panic, we have not received from the pilot, no apology, no explanations,” said Webb.
Later, however, the airline apologized to the passengers in emails and promised to look into the incident.
Recall that in a British airport London Heathrow British Airways pilot climbed into the cockpit through the window. Video with the incident appeared on page one of the airline personnel, but was deleted. In addition, we wrote that pilot from Australia accidentally painted in the sky a vulgar message.
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