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Er Srbija u fokusu

/ Air Serbia close up

Kojim

redom

putnici

ulaze

u avion?

e

The order in which

passengers enter the plane

Kapetan

Nenad Mitić

odgovara

e

Captain Nenad Mitić

responds

e

T

here are precise rules gov-

erning how the passenger

cabin of the plane is filled. It is

most important for all passen-

gers to be distributed equally in

relation to the centre of gravity,

ensuring the aircraft has the

correct balance. This is achieved

when guests check-in at the air-

port. A computer programme as-

signs them seats in accordance

with the occupancy rate of the

cabin. It is very important that

all guests sit in seats assigned to

them, especially when all seats

are not occupied.

Well-equipped airports

take care to ensure boarding is

carried out in the shortest pos-

sible time, with the passengers

sitting in the last rows entering

first and those sitting at the

front boarding last. This avoids

boarding delays. However, most

airports still do not apply this

principle.

Certain categories of pas-

sengers require more time to

board, so they are the first to

enter the plane and the last out

to disembark. These are wheel-

chair users, who are provided

with assistance upon entering

the passenger cabin. There are

also special places reserved for

them in the plane. According

to regulations, a total of four

wheelchair users are permitted

on a flight.

The plane has six exits that

can be utilised in the case a

quick evacuation is required –

two each in the front, rear and

centre sections. The cabin crew

is tasked with paying attention

to who sits in the row near the

centre exits. If older, slower

moving people are located there,

cabin crew will relocate them to

other seats.

Special categories are unac-

companied minors between the

ages of five and twelve. They are

welcomed, seated and taken care

of by cabin crew until they reach

their destination.

P

ostoje precizna pravila kako se popunjava putnička

kabina u avionu. Najvažnije je da svi putnici budu

ravnomerno raspoređeni u odnosu na centar težišta, da bi

se obezbedila pravilna centraža letelice. To se postiže kada

se gosti prijave na aerodromu. Kompjuterski program im

dodeljuje mesta u skladu sa popunjenošću kabine. Vrlo je

važno da svi putnici sede na mestima koja su im dodeljena,

pogotovo kada nisu sva sedišta zauzeta.

Dobro uređeni aerodromi brinu se da ukrcavanja prođe

u što kraćem roku, pa prvo ulaze putnici koji sede u posled-

njim redovima, a poslednji oni koji sede napred. Time se

izbegavaju zastoji na ukrcavanju. Ipak, većina aerodroma

još ne primenjuje taj princip.

Određene kategorije putnika zahtevaju više vremena

prilikom ulaska pa se oni smeštaju prvi, a izlaze poslednji iz

aviona. To su korisnici invalidskih kolica kojima se pruža asi-

stencija pri ulasku u putničku kabinu. Za njih postoje i mesta

koja su određena u avionu. Po propisima, dozvoljeno je da se

na let prime najviše četiri korisnika invalidskih kolica.

U avionu postoji šest izlaza u slučaju da je potrebna

brza evakuacija – po dva u prednjem delu, pozadi i u sredini.

Kabinsko osoblje ima zadatak da obrati pažnju ko sedi u

redu kod izlaza u sredini. Ako se tu nalaze stariji ljudi koji

se sporije kreću, kabinsko osoblje će ih rasporediti na druga

mesta.

Posebna kategorija su nepraćena deca između 5 i 12 go-

dina. Njih kabinsko osoblje dočekuje, smešta i brine o njima

do stizanja na destinaciju.