The very last thing you wish to to listen to whereas touring at a whole bunch of miles an hour, tens of 1000’s of toes within the sky is a mysterious noise.
However that’s precisely what occurred on an American Airways flight just lately. Emerson Collins, an actor and producer, recorded the creepy “moaning” sounds passengers heard over the aircraft’s public announcement system throughout a flight from Los Angeles to Dallas on Sept. 6.
And this wasn’t the primary time airline passengers have encountered U.F.M.s or Unidentified Flying Moans (okay…we made that up).
- Bradley P. Allen shared on Twitter that he and his spouse heard “the moans and groans of somebody in excessive ache” throughout an American Airways Flight in July. The workers onboard the flight informed Allen it had occurred earlier than, they usually didn’t have a proof.
- Wendy Wanderman stated she went via an analogous expertise whereas flying from John F. Kennedy Worldwide Airport to LAX on Aug. 5. She recalled the expertise as “humorous and unsettling.”
- Doug Boehner shared that he heard peculiar sounds on an American Airways flight in September, together with a random “Oh Yeah” because the aircraft landed.
- An nameless consumer shared their expertise with the Twitter consumer JonNYC:
“The flight attendants have been standing by their telephones … and the captain stated that they don’t assume the flight techniques are compromised so that we are going to end the flight to Dallas/Fort Price Worldwide Airport.”
Twitter consumer JonNYC adopted up with the nameless consumer concerning their expertise, claiming the sounds they heard have been the identical from Collins’ video.
“Ours was much less aggressive. Though their quantity might need been turned up extra, making the sound extra aggressive. It’s 100% the identical voice. “
It’s unclear who – if anybody is accountable for the aircraft intercom takeovers. American Airways is blaming the Sept. incident on a mechanical situation.
The airline says its intercoms should not related to the web and are hardwired, which means it could be inconceivable for somebody to remotely take them over.
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