So You Now Have To Pay An Airline To Learn How To Increase Your Chance Of Surviving An Airplane Crash
As an experienced aviation accident lawyer who has been investigated plane crash and commercial airline accidents for more then three decades I am shocked at the fact that commercial airlines have developed a class system where only members of an airline’s executive club could learn techniques to increase their chances of surviving a plane crash. Who would have thought that the airline would charge 125 British pounds per person to enroll in the course. It is my understanding according to news sources that the course will cover basics such as practicing releasing the seat belt and checking the location of life jackets and includes a simulation of emergency evacuation down an escape slide. I wonder what’s next – club members who get a priority exit from a downed aircraft in the event of a crash?
Safety must never be an option.