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Passengers' perception of the safety demonstration on board an aircraft
by Ruenruoy, Ratchada, M.S., Middle Tennessee State University, 2014, 83; 1588262
Abstract (Summary)

The cabin safety demonstration on board an aircraft is one of the methods to provide safety information for passengers before aircraft takeoff. However, passengers' enthusiasm toward safety demonstrations is normally low. Therefore, the study of passengers' perception toward safety briefings on board an aircraft is important in increasing the safety awareness for the travelling public on commercial aircraft. A survey was distributed to measure the perceptions of Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) faculty and staff, Aerospace students, and international students who have traveled in the last year. It was generally found that watching the cabin safety demonstration before aircraft takeoff was believed to be important for passengers. However, the attention to the safety demonstration remained low because the safety briefings were not good enough in terms of clear communication, particularly in the recorded audio demonstration and the live safety demonstration methods of briefing.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Craig, Paul A.
Commitee: Beckman, Wendy S., Craig, Paul A.
School: Middle Tennessee State University
Department: Aerospace
School Location: United States -- Tennessee
Source: MAI 54/04M(E), Masters Abstracts International
Subjects: Aerospace engineering
Publication Number: 1588262
ISBN: 978-1-321-73322-8
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