In case you didn't notice, the cabin crew staff have a special language they use during a shift.
The reason behind it is so that they can communicate among themselves without alerting passengers.
It could be used to notify each other about situations onboard or when a delay is expected.
Previously, it was revealed crew members use a special code to reassure frightened passengers.
The cabin crew staff might use "Air Pocket" to warn each other about turbulence.
Now have you ever wondered what happens when there's a situation onboard?
Flight attendants commonly use the word "Code Bravo", which is what many travellers may understand now.
The code is used as a general security alert at an airport or onboard the plane.
Security officials might use Code Bravo very loudly which often means you must freeze.
It makes it easier to find out the source of the threat or someone who is causing a problem.
Flight attendants often use the code to distract passengers from actual danger so it can be sorted without interference.
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Previously, cabin crew staff detailed an emergency trick that "passengers don't know" about.
The staff member explained passengers should "count the seat backs to the closest exit".
This is because people have a "good chance" they won't be able to see the seats in some types of accidents in the air.
The anonymous flight attendant shared the information on Reddit dedicated to flight secrets.
They said: "Count how many rows you are away from an exit as you might not be able to see them due to smoke, etc.
"So using the number of rows to get to them faster than searching blindly."
And a pilot has a special trick to help passengers avoid missing departure times.