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AAIB issues recommendations on emergency evacuation procedures
Last updated: 21 December 2014

published: 31 JUL 2004
by Harro Ranter, ASN

Following a February 2002 incident involving a Ryanair B737-800 at London-Stansted, the AAIB issued four safety recommendations. The airplane was evacuated after landing when ARFF advised the crew to do so because of smoke coming from the right hand engine. Two cabin crew members had difficulty opening doors R1 and R2 and passengers used the right hand overwing exits, close to the faulty engine. (AAIB)

» AAIB Bulletin No: 7/2004