A flight attendant explains why you don’t want to hear the phrase ‘easy victor’ on board a plane

By Lindsay Dodgson, MSN

There are certain phrases only people in the airline industry will understand, because they are used on board flights when most passengers aren’t paying much attention.

 For example, “all-call” is a request that each flight attendant report to his or her station, while “ditch” is another word for an emergency landing into water, and “deadstick” means flying without the aid of engine power.

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