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Airbus A380 Evacuation Test

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Testing the emergency exits and evacuating the Airbus A380 in less than 90 seconds.

These people signed up for a test knowing they were going to be tested on speed while remaining orderly. Someone in a plane crash did not sign up for it, and will kick/claw and push anyone weaker than they will. Sure, you will have saviors out there, i myself pulled an elderly man out of a car wreck. But i cannot say i wouldn't panic while standing at the back of a plane, taking the chance that the people in front of me will move fast enough for me to exit before i drown. Self preservation is a must, i need to ensure my survival before i can ensure the survival of others. Says mostly anyone without a deathwish.
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+Nick Pappagiorgio Yea exactly - Also those woman who don't know that they should take of their high heels in an emergency.
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This test is futile as I tell everyone I meet. Despite the fact this evacuation is done every time I aboard a plane, women are not able to quickly leave the plane as fast as men. This is scientific truth, as studies done by Ph.D Marmoud Mohamud from Saudi Arabia has shown. You must have leashes for your wives, in order to guide them safely.
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First I thought this was serious, but then it turned out to be hilarious.
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Fuck off you sick asshole. I hope your cock gets chopped off or bitten by dogs.
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I wish they would always empty aeroplanes this fast
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EpicHotCheese, It is a proof of concept test. All the major regulating authorities state that a plane, in a best case scenario, must be able to evacuate in 90 seconds. It certifies that the plane, with half of its doors blocked, can evacuate within 90 seconds.
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This is the best case scenario. Remember these Germans are some of the most efficient people in the world. Why not test it in America? The laziest people in the world? That would render better results.
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This is nice but do they realise this didn't actually happen in real life? In a real life emerg, no one would act as cool as this
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someone got injured by this test?
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When the last guy came down the slide (just before the 3:00 mark), it looked like he bounced or lost control of his body movements. His head looks like it caught someone's knee and then he fell to the concrete hard. Not sure it he's the one, but we see that and it probably hurt.
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Sadly in real life, no plane will land it open area for slides. There's also the disabled, older people, child and fat American. They can't move as fast and will likely cause a major choke point. They won't even have time to out on a life vest. This test is bullshit.
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M'lady at 0:44 you have caused me to be a naughty boy today. Join me in the bathroom and let us join the mile high club. 
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LOL in real life people would be stopping to grab their carry on luggage.
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Lol that one flight attendant was crazy :D
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This reminds me of nazi slave camps
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2:08 So scripted. Fake video!!!
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DAAAYYYUUUMMMM!!!!! That's what I call a super evacuation!!! WELL DONE!!!
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good luck getting screaming, scared, panicked passengers out in 90 seconds....
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In reality, people would delay this by grabbing their stuff and trying to take it with them. 
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Radim Lakomý Shared on Google+ · 7 months ago
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yes it is a heck of an accomplishment to get this many people out of that plane in that short amount of time and that's what worries me. I'm not sure how realistic these tests are. In a real life emergency there won't be time to get the passengers prepared and warmed up with physical exercise, there won't be time to train them on how to do it. Plus all these people knew what this test was about and knew what they had to do. In a real emergency, there will be confusion, panic and a lot of scared people that won't know what to do despite what the flight crew tells them to do. So I wonder how this would work when the chips are down and it's for real. Let's hope it never comes to that in real life. I'm convinced however, that this plane is the safest ever designed and I doubt we will see accidents with this aircraft like Japan Air 123. The problem is, an aircraft is only ever as safe as the people handling it whether that's the flight crew or the maintenance personnel.
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If it ain't boeing I ain't going.
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no sense in this test, in real life would not be like here
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The goal is to have a uniform test that can be repeated. The norm of 90sec was choosen for whatever reason and is simply a standard for security. In real life it could be better or way worse, but thats not really the point.
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Love how a Chinese woman (staff) was shouting in Mandarine "run, run, run, hurry up" lol When I don't see any Chinese helpers in the team haha
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So many people on here talking about how this is unrealistic... I'm pretty sure the FAA and other government agencies who are in charge of certifying airplanes to fly know more than YOU about how to do it. They aren't going to crash a plane with real people to test it...DUH
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raus raus raus! SCHNELLER! SCHENNELER! sounds like a nazi contrencration camp guard
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No, nazi guards and Lufthansa Crews sounds different ;)
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The last person, on the left lane, was really injured stumbling. At 2:54
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If they could do it now in 90 secs, in real life they would do it, let`s say, in 180 secs. And would be great! 
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@Smoznizjev Who are you to say whether or not that is legitimate. You're entitled to your opinion, as am I. I'm defending mine, you're attacking mine. You aren't bashing Boeing, but was I bashing Airbus? I think that's a good point. Good job, you used the word "some".
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I think that you can find it on the Manchester Runway Disaster episode of Air Crash Investigation (also known as Mayday, depending on where you live). But I recall that it's only short excerpts from the footage.
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It's not what happens in the real-world, so realistic in which way? It's done for certification, but sadly that's all it's done for.
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2:32 Freaking ass cabin crew says alien word
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yes, there have been several survivable accidents in the pacific and atlantic
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@scaremengaviation Who am I to say whether it's legit? The comments on youtube are about as unreliable as it gets: completely unmoderated, and a complete free for all, and if you read through comments on most videos, not a shining light of either intelligence or maturity. And airliners? As I've said, I read it too, and have since you were learning how to read, and don't see the clear bias you speak of.
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no Boeing failed AIRBUS had zero injuries during evac tests and by the way AIRBUS has the biggest Airplane in the world that is certified for 873 passengers.
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No real panic, do not smoke. No real ..
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That was a few hundred feet from a beach. That's not really "in the middle of the Atlantic or Pacific." Swells and overall weather conditions are considerably different near the shore. I'm not talking shit, but for some reason you read like shit.
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Millions to build? The A380's projected development cost was $15 billion!
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lmao at the last person on the slide on the left at 2:55 ,,, OWNED
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im going to almost cry, looks really fucked up.
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yes because you need to get out quickly in 90 seconds
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wait... one inury? someone got injured in this test evacuation?
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The lady at the end was very funny! Running around lool
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@joga12341 Because those were the blocked exits.
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That is really a lot of damn people to have on an airplane.
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I agree it would probably take 5 min or more to evacuate 873 ppl in a real emergency, and thats if all doors can be opened etc.
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@mcwhizzkid123 Me tooo! hahahahaha " Chang! Hann !! Lay Channn!!! Chan hannn!!!! " hahaha
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I'll just refer to my comment. I said "in the middle of the Atlantic or Pacific." To MY knowledge, there have been no airplane crashes/landings in the Atlantic or Pacific that had survivors. Is the Hudson River in the Atlantic or Pacific? (Hint: NO!) I'm not talking shit, but your reading skills seem to be shit. And, yes, there's always hope for survival.. there's just less chance in certain situations (which is why I said "most").
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jees it must be a long trip sliding from the top deck... and that Chinese flight attendant..lol she kills me :-) lol
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You would never achieve 90 sec in real life. All those people knew they had to evacuate and the brain was already looking for a way out whether they consciously knew it or not. Wired news did an article reporting how false these tests are.
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snellar sneller! hop hop hop! springen springen! so many langwitches
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whears the people geting and carrying their bags
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What a joke. Which airplane that has been evacuated had no children, no fools carrying luggage, no handicap or disabled people? Add a typical mix of passengers and this test in 90 seconds is impossible.
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@av8rcaptain So are you. It's interesting because most, if not all, mechanics seem to prefer Boeing aircraft over Airbus. I'm assuming this would be because all the "Boeing" parts are used, but controlled with computers, thus adding more parts to maintain? Something along the lines of that, but in less simpler terms..
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@jxpulid Based on the certification the Airbus A380 was certified under the regulations state that of the passengers 40% must be female and 15% must be over 50 and female. 3 dolls are used to represent infants to be carried by passengers. You can't be an employee of the company or taken part in a similar test in 6 months to take part. Also as shown in the video they only get to use half the exits (representing fire and other obstacles) AND have to do it in 90 seconds!!
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@scaremengaviation All of who? The mechanics? As I've said, I read the same forum as you, and I actually know some REAL mechanics. I see no universal preference for either manufacturer. Sure, some prefer Boeing, some Airbus. In many cases, it depends on what they started out on. If they started on Boeing, and switched to Airbus, most will prefer Boeing, not because they're better, but because they're what they're used to. Those who started on Airbus usually prefer it over Boeing, same reason.
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@scaremengaviation You're 16. Just exactly what experience, or knowledge for that matter, do you have to say that 'most, if not all' mechanics prefer Boeing over Airbus? At what airlines? What countries? Every time I read or hear a statement like that, there's always one common denominator, and that's the country of origin of the person saying it. Always an American. Makes you wonder...
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And because Airbus designs it's planes so "poorly" they sell more than any other company on earth very year after just 30 years of existence. :D It's a contradiction. Isn't it?
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@wjgmspeedy get a life rather then watching youtube on christmas / boxing day
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The last evacuee on the furthest left at 78:04 was the only injured evacuee.
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If only getting off a plane was always this fast.
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Yes that would be a really good tool. Many people are just startled by sudden loud noises. Practice would help people be less sensitive. Maybe lots of loud alarms and bells and sirens. Alothough this crowd ssemed to do a pretty good job. The delay before the alarm should have been greater...and they should have left the lights on for a while and entertained people for distraction. Then when the alarm came on, the lights flicker and go out.
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@scaremengaviation If the 'certain, popular forum' you refer to is airliners(.)net, I've been a member there for over a decade. But hey, if your source is from talking to people on youtube (where anybody can, and does, pretend to be whatever they want) and a(.)net (which I also read, and participate in, and where in those 10 years I have seen no clear preference between what manufacturer mechanics prefer), then that's all I need to know really.
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Lufthansa Flightattendants did the evacuation. And typical LH the didn't know any commands. They have the worst training ever. And I am speaking from experience. So unprofesional.
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the cabin crew are getting rid of the passengers who didn't pay the airfare! hahaha
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lol to the asian lady screeming ''GET LOST GET LOST'' at 2:32 and ''OUT OUT OUT'' at 2:39
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@Smoznizjev i think the flight attendants calmy, but loudly, repeating "exit this way, this way out" or some variation of that would suffice. and as for your comment about me thinking that is freaking out, fuck you. that WAS freaking out. controlled? yes. but freaking out nonetheless. and before you give me some bullshit about how everyone's tough on youtube, look me up next time you're in san diego.
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@MaxMagZitroneneistee 1) i didn't even say she was german and she sounds aisian and looks it aswell,2)no she fucking never,3)i don't care what u say ,4)i wasn't even talking to u in the first place, 5)go home lil boy
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XD shnella shnella Wow that is 1 mad lady Btw add the pressure make it a 1 min evac
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Pan Am 6 had no casualties and was in the pacific. Divi Divi Air 014 had 1 casualty, Tuninter Flight 1153 has 23 survivors ,Ethiopian Airlines 961 has 50 survivors, ALM 980 had 40, Flying Tiger Line 923 48, Pan Am 845 19, Air France Flight 152 30 ....
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@bradporky16 You'd rather they quietly whispered to the passengers to please leave the plane? Send out written invitations? If this is your idea of freaking out you haven't seen anything yet. What you're seeing here is efficiency at its best: it's dark, nobody can see a thing. So you shout at people to get them out of the plane. And push them if needed. It's an emergency, no time to be nice. Freaking out is screaming while you don't know what you're doing. This here is efficiency.
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The flight attendants are classic. I know this is their job, but they are extra funny in this video. People sitting next to the exits are the most lucky.
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2:32 Stella better get the fuck off the plane. That german women is mad at hell at Stella.
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Yep, screaming can help reduce stress and help one focus. When you don't scream you are still scared and in a panic. When you do scream, you might seem like you are in a panic, but if everybody knows what is going on and why everyone is screaming, then it helps everyone hurry in a coordinated effort to accomplosh the task. This same prinicple can be seen in the army. Practice with intense situations is maybe what more people need.
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@av8rcaptain For someone who's username is "Aviator Captain" you're pretty retarded in terms of aviation knowledge.
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Which ones? AF 447? Please. Give me some flight numbers, or you're just saying crap.
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I don't think there is an asian flight attendant - I just think the German one who was shouting "raus raus" - out out - was pretty hysterical given the importance of the test.
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jerry13157: You'll think differently when you're stuck on an airplane on fire and there's a passenger blocking an exit and a flight attendant pushes him. In an emergency, flight attendants are there to save your life, not to be friendly :-)
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The chinese woman in 02:38 sprint in the plane, it makes me laugh soooo hhhaaaarrrdddd hahahahahaha
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Yes, because your opinion is so much wiser than the officials who headed this test. Sure.
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"oh, the flight attendant 'bing' came on.... wait... thats the seatbelt sign... oh wait, its the evacuate one... MAKE DIFFERENT NOISES!!!"
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what do you want to see Injuries dead people. You must be foolish to ask for a real evac test. Its an FAA Test and EASA. You have no idea in what u r saying. Airbus had no dead people during the test. And its good so. Watch CNN or Fox News and you will see dead people. Sorry u must be completey crazy to ask for a 100% test real. Tell me how to do that and who is doing it?
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She yells in German: "schneller" meaning "faster"
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