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(CNN)   Pilot: WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE...wait, wait. My mistake, that's the intercom light   (cnn.com) divider line 39
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2013-11-14 10:39:38 AM
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2013-11-14 10:55:02 AM
Don't forget the coffee!
 
2013-11-14 11:09:42 AM

UberDave: Don't forget the coffee!


I think the line is "Don't forget the martini."
 
2013-11-14 11:16:47 AM
Cut the guy some slack, it takes time to shed the effects of Florida on the Brain.
 
2013-11-14 11:21:04 AM
He was technically correct, which is the best kind of correct!


The plane was going Down to 10,000 feet of elevation from wherever it was.
 
2013-11-14 11:22:18 AM

UberDave: Don't forget the coffee!


Came for the Hunting reference.

Leaving with good Will.
 
2013-11-14 11:23:27 AM
Captain was just bored, decided to troll some sleepy jetsetters.

Meh
 
2013-11-14 11:24:30 AM
No no no.  He said "We're all going to get down." Mis-translated jive.
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/picked the wrong weekend to give up meth
 
2013-11-14 11:25:12 AM
At least he didn't tell them that they were out of coffee!
 
2013-11-14 11:28:29 AM
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2013-11-14 11:28:59 AM
This why after watching the movie "Alive". The first thing I do when boarding a plane is to pick out someone lean to eat.
 
2013-11-14 11:29:48 AM

MBooda: No no no.  He said "We're all going to get down." Mis-translated jive.
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/picked the wrong weekend to give up meth


Golly.
 
2013-11-14 11:29:57 AM
Alfred Hitchcock sequel: South by Southwest
 
2013-11-14 11:31:30 AM
Sounds like some passengers trying to scare up some pain and suffering.
 
2013-11-14 11:33:17 AM
Going down doesn't mean crashing you big dummy.

It means going down which they had to do since there's not enough oxygen to breath at normal cruising altitide.
 
2013-11-14 11:42:36 AM
Now we are going up.
 
2013-11-14 11:44:24 AM

trappedspirit: Sounds like some passengers trying to scare up some pain and suffering.


This. Stop moaning and thank the pilot that you got on the ground in one piece.
 
2013-11-14 11:44:43 AM
"Our pilot said he was descending to 10,000 feet. The report was not accurate from this customer. We landed safely," spokeswoman Whitney Eichinger told CNN.

So someone who was not on the plane is telling people that were on the plane that they did not hear what they heard. Cool.
 
2013-11-14 11:45:50 AM
I read a book a long time ago about airlines and pilots which related a bunch of anecdotal stories (the good, the bad and the ugly) about air travel from around the 50s to 70s.

Apparently there was one pilot who was fond of placing a bunch of nuts and bolts on the cabin floor which would then vibrate their way aft in flight.
 
2013-11-14 11:51:34 AM
I'm hoping the Legion of Fark Pilots start posting their stories soon. Some of the funniest, scariest, most interesting reading I think there is to be had.
 
2013-11-14 11:52:28 AM
I_Am_Weasel

Leaving satisfied.
 
2013-11-14 12:01:06 PM

Amish Tech Support: This why after watching the movie "Alive". The first thing I do when boarding a plane is to pick out someone lean to eat.


I'd think if you crashed in the Andies you'd want to pick the lard whale taking up three seats. Plus, if you're freezing to death you can slice him open like in Star Wars.
 
2013-11-14 12:15:01 PM
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2013-11-14 12:24:05 PM
Done in one
 
2013-11-14 12:31:32 PM
Have to concentrate... concentrate... concentrate...
 
2013-11-14 12:37:35 PM

The Beatings Will Continue Until Morale Improves: Have to concentrate... concentrate... concentrate...


Now pitch-hitting for PedroBourbon Bourbon... Manny Manny Mota Mota.
 
2013-11-14 12:37:52 PM
Heh, sounds like they're upset that they didn't crash.
 
2013-11-14 12:57:48 PM
So, did anybody on the flight pull out their junk and start masturbating furiously?
 
2013-11-14 01:10:27 PM

DarkVader: So, did anybody on the flight pull out their junk and start masturbating furiously?


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2013-11-14 01:17:22 PM
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2013-11-14 01:54:28 PM
I was on an Alaska flight and when we were coming in for a landing you could hear "woop woop, pull up" over the PA.  I could have made a diamond until we actually touched down.

I always wondered if that is normal or if they forgot to turn something off (the warning not it being over the PA)
 
2013-11-14 02:38:07 PM

EWreckedSean: trappedspirit: Sounds like some passengers trying to scare up some pain and suffering.

This. Stop moaning and thank the pilot that you got on the ground in one piece.


Amen.

Any landing you can walk away from is a good landing.

If the plane is still in airworthy condition it's a great landing.
 
2013-11-14 03:51:41 PM

Girl Sailor: I'm hoping the Legion of Fark Pilots start posting their stories soon. Some of the funniest, scariest, most interesting reading I think there is to be had.


Both my wife and my girlfriend (long before the wife) have chided me for a bad habit I have yet to break: saying "Oops" clearly audibly to my passengers.
 
2013-11-14 06:49:36 PM
Weaseled in one.
 
2013-11-14 08:21:17 PM

Walker: "Our pilot said he was descending to 10,000 feet. The report was not accurate from this customer. We landed safely," spokeswoman Whitney Eichinger told CNN.

So someone who was not on the plane is telling people that were on the plane that they did not hear what they heard. Cool.


Maybe they listened to the cockpit voice recorder?
 
2013-11-14 09:47:57 PM
 
2013-11-14 10:05:57 PM

IRQ12: I was on an Alaska flight and when we were coming in for a landing you could hear "woop woop, pull up" over the PA.  I could have made a diamond until we actually touched down.

I always wondered if that is normal or if they forgot to turn something off (the warning not it being over the PA)


No, that's bad. The other ones are 'Terrain--terrain--terrain" and "glide slope...glide slope...glide slope". They all mean that the plane is doing something really bad and the pilot is supposed to correct it RIGHT NOW!
 
2013-11-14 10:14:18 PM

Gyrfalcon: IRQ12: I was on an Alaska flight and when we were coming in for a landing you could hear "woop woop, pull up" over the PA.  I could have made a diamond until we actually touched down.

I always wondered if that is normal or if they forgot to turn something off (the warning not it being over the PA)

No, that's bad. The other ones are 'Terrain--terrain--terrain" and "glide slope...glide slope...glide slope". They all mean that the plane is doing something really bad and the pilot is supposed to correct it RIGHT NOW!


Interesting. It was a normal landing maybe they were having issues hence the leaving the mic open.
 
2013-11-15 07:02:38 PM
Cockpits have these secure doors now.  They're for "security", but also secure the pilots from any kind of adult supervision.

Nobody can tell when they're doing shots of yeager and daring each other to make those alarm sounds happen with the intercom mic open.

/ Bonus points if they brought along .mp3 files of alarms for being painted by enemy radar and missile lock.
 
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