Cabin Crew: Star to Fall

Here is something to keep you occupied for the rest of the day.  The jet-setting Ghost of a flea posted this back in June, but I only just realised its training possibilities now.

The video cast is a mix of flight attendants (in blue) and ramp marshallers (in white, with batons).  Some of the marshalling signals are valid (although the vast majority are not).  Have a look at the Marshalling Signals as depicted by AIR 1.8 of the Transport Canada Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM); see if you can identify the valid signals and time in the video at which they occur.  The ramp marshalling starts at 00:52.

So far I have spotted the obvious “stop” (1:07) and a very quick “land” (1:01).  Also possibly an “open/close stairs” (2:23).

I don’t know what’s going on at 2:20 but it might be loosely interpreted as “engine fire”.

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