From the web, we found two very useful posts highlighting “Pro Pilot” voice and announcements to passengers.
The first, here, offers announcements in all phases of flight, such as:
Welcome – Short flight
Ladies and gentlemen, good morning / afternoon / evening. Welcome on board (flight reference). This is Captain / Co-pilot (your name) speaking and I have some information about our flight. Our flight time today will be (flight duration) and our estimated time of arrival in (destination) is (ETA)local time. The weather in our route is good/… The temperature at our destination is now (temperature) degrees Celsius, with clear sky / a bit overcast / with some rain. We wish you a pleasant flight and we hope to see you again soon. On behalf of all our crew, thank you for choosing our company as your airline today / this evening / this holiday / this weekend.
An audio file is also available on site.
But, do you want that silky-smooth voice pilots try to imitate? Check out this website post here, which tells you how to do it, including this video of an engine failure announcement.
Qantas A380 Engine Failure Footage from the passenger view (4 nov 2010)The footage of the engine failure from the passenger view
The story :SYDNEY - AUSTRALIA'S Qantas Airways grounded its fleet of Airbus A380 superjumbos on Thursday after an engine failure forced a dramatic emergency landing in Singapore.
Chief executive Alan Joyce said Qantas's six A380s - the flagship of its 191-strong fleet - had been suspended from take-off pending investigations into the incident.
'We have decided that we will suspend all A380 take-offs until we're fully comfortable that sufficient information has been obtained about QF32,' Mr Joyce told reporters in Sydney.
Mr Joyce said the plane experienced engine trouble just six minutes into its flight from Singapore to Sydney, before turning back and landing at the city-state's Changi Airport. The double-decker plane, carrying 433 passengers and 26 crew, dumped fuel over Indonesia before returning to Singapore.
Qantas was earlier forced to deny media reports that the plane had crashed. However, Mr Joyce said the incident would not affect an order for more of the giant aircraft.
'We have orders for over 20 aircraft. Those aircraft will continue to arrive,' he said. -- AFP
Now, if there is any news about emergency landing or whatever, i will put a notification on this video. 🙂
Practice your pilot voice and enjoy!
Feature image courtesy of NYC Aviation.