90 seconds vs 18 minutes: Was Japan burning plane evacuation a success story?

Japan Airlines successfully evacuated all 367 passengers from an Airbus A350 wide-body jet after it collided with a Coast Guard plane at Tokyo’s Haneda airport. The crew followed emergency protocols and prioritized panic control, guiding passengers using concise instructions. The crew performed visual checks to determine usable emergency exits and used megaphones to communicate due to a malfunctioning announcement system. Passengers praised the efficiency of the evacuation, acknowledging that it potentially saved their lives. The incident has sparked a debate about the adequacy of current evacuation standards.

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