emergency exit


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Synonyms for emergency exit

a stairway (often on the outside of a building) that permits exit in the case of fire or other emergency

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The emergency exit door of our aircraft are plug-type backed by pressure, which ordinarily cannot fall off without tampering or a conscious effort to open by a crew member or passenger," spokesperson Kingsley Ezenwa wrote.
I found the emergency exits to be blocked with unwanted, rarely used items such as furniture, gym equipment and bicycles.
When the coach was examined, nine potentially dangerous defects were discovered, three affecting the emergency exit.
The court heard the boy, sitting three rows from the back, leaned against the emergency exit, but did not touch the handle, which was only accessible from the seat behind.
If you are unable to evacuate using the emergency exit stairs, please proceed to the emergency exit stairwell or the elevator lobby and wait for further instructions.
AN ALERT pilot averted a major mishap on Monday after a Buddhist monk accidentally pulled the latch of the emergency exit of an Air India flight.
The new charges will affect people who want to ensure they sit together on a flight and anyone with a preference for window, aisle or emergency exit seats.
A seat in an emergency exit row will cost pounds 50 and can be booked between 10 and four days before take-off.
A statement by Kent Police said officers had become "increasingly concerned" about the lack of safe access or emergency exit routes from the site in Dux Court Road, near Hoo.
An American Airlines passenger jet was diverted in mid-flight after a passenger stripped naked and later attempted to open an emergency exit.
Rows two through five and the two emergency exit rows on JetBlue's A320s, which comprise the bulk of its fleet, will offer 38 inches of pitch and cost an additional $10 per way on short-haul flights, $15 on medium-haul and $20 on long-haul, a spokesperson said.
The airline said that the fleet now offers 38 inches of pitch in rows 2-5, plus emergency exit rows 10 and 11, for an additional fee.
China Airlines spokesman Sun Hung-wen told reporters in Taipei the aircraft skidded on the tarmac on its way from the runway to the gate after landing at the Okinawa airport, starting a fire that prompted the emergency exit.
Before you open or re-open any emergency exit, double check that everything obstructing the exit has been removed.
Witnesses said the fire broke out near the driver's seat and quickly engulfed the bus, the reports said, adding the bus did not have an emergency exit.
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