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Aircraft security marshalls

Postby PassPort » 25 Jan 2011, 10:10 •  [Post 1]

Im curious to know if anyone here knows whether or not all airlines have those security marshalls on board all aircraft.

How many of them are there ? where they sit ? and at what security level would they require to introduce themselves ?

I feel cabin crew have to much power sometimes, especially on crappy airlines such as ryanair/easyjet, they don't like you complaining or creating a fuss about anything, and it gets more serious when your actually on the plane !!

Ive heard of tussels or silly arguements on an aeroplane, and the stewardess will inform the captain, and he will normally divert to a nearby airport.

I will find a suitable link to express my point of view... stay posted peeps
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Re: Aircraft security marshalls

Postby Admin » 01 Feb 2011, 14:49 •  [Post 2]

I would feel safer if there was no door between the cabin and the cockpit.
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Re: Aircraft security marshalls

Postby Jake » 01 Feb 2011, 17:18 •  [Post 3]

You and me both.

Hehe 1 time I was flying back from business trip and layover in Heathrow. I like an idiot had put my shaving gel in my carry on and not in my main luggage. Needless to say they confiscated it..
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Re: Aircraft security marshalls

Postby PassPort » 02 Feb 2011, 08:11 •  [Post 4]

I simply wish 2 know who is the 'LAW' in the sky :?:

Who enforces it, and how it is regulated...


And before u say its the captain, 'it ain't' he has the final say sure, im talking about 'aircraft security' being taken way to seriously.

Ive been threatened by ryanair cabin crew with my removal from the aircraft and arrest, for tit 4 tat, banter with my mate on the plane etc.

Ps. Did i mention ryanair are scum of the skys :red:
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Re: Aircraft security marshalls

Postby Jake » 02 Feb 2011, 14:40 •  [Post 5]

Well its both a positive and a negative after 9/11. If they see any trouble they're not afraid to kick you off the plane.

So do what I do, say yes sir, yes ma'am, thank you and smile and don't do anything that creates attention. Instead be engrossed in a laptop movie or itunes and just space out for the duration because its a lot better to get to your destination than be hassled and being put on a no fly list.

The things we have to put up with... :!:
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Re: Aircraft security marshalls

Postby Terry Tibbs » 02 Feb 2011, 18:21 •  [Post 6]

I'll do whatever I can to stay on an aircraft.... As long as they get me to LOS.

Hell... I'd even wash the dishes if I had to!

Interesting about the air marshals thing, I'll ask around.
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Re: Aircraft security marshalls

Postby Jake » 02 Feb 2011, 18:59 •  [Post 7]

Now there's an idea.. being a dishwasher or working in the airline industry in some way so we can fly to the wanted destination more often. Worth a thought but career changes are easy, getting paid for new careers is hard.
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Re: Aircraft security marshalls

Postby FatboyUK » 07 Feb 2011, 02:00 •  [Post 8]

I worry about you PP...

Think most will understand when I say I won't comment further on this issue...
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Re: Aircraft security marshalls

Postby pandemonium » 07 Feb 2011, 23:21 •  [Post 9]

ffs pp nutter alert :D
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Re: Aircraft security marshalls

Postby araine5 » 30 Apr 2012, 01:51 •  [Post 10]

TIP: At the start of the flight, if a flight attendant notices you being dismissive, chatting/laughing away LOUDLY reading a newspaper etc while she is giving her safety speech, she may be dismissive to you when the trolley comes round and when you require her attention.

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