The Importance of Aircraft Evacuation Procedures

May 8, 2019 WorldAware

On May 5, an Aeroflot (SU) Sukhoi Superjet SSJ 100 operating Flight SU-1492 caught fire during a hard landing at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO), killing at least 41 of the 78 people onboard. The causes of the accident and subsequent fire are still under investigation.

This article from our partners at WorldAware closely examines the Aeroflot Flight 1492 incident, including traveler tips for successful aircraft evacuation that could apply to almost any aircraft emergency. From counting the number of rows from your seat to the nearest exit, to carefully listening to flight attendant instructions, WorldAware's post offers great insight into aircraft passenger safety. Read it here. 

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