Last Updated on January 7, 2021
Travelling is fun, it is an activity enjoyed by many people of all ages. To be able to take the plane, train or ship and change the scenes of your city with others is a healthy practice that may boost your energy and make you go back excited for school or work.
However, just like life, traveling is full of surprises and we never know what may take place on our trip.
We all have seen or heard of unfortunate events that happened aboard ships or on airplanes. Have you ever been on a plane and you heard the crew and flight attendants speak in a language that doesn’t make sense?
Have you ever noticed that they use codes instead of normal speech? Have you felt frustrated because you couldn’t crack the code? Well, we may be able to help a little. In this article, we will provide you with insights about many codes and what they mean.
5 days in Denmark
Have you ever overheard a flight attendant talking about her 5 days in Denmark and you wished you could go on a trip to the country? If you have, then know that she was not talking about her vacation, but about one of the passengers.
It is just a code that these airline employees use to refer to a specific seat. For instance, the 5 is the number of the row, and the initial letter of the country is the seat number. These expressions give flight attendants the freedom to talk about passengers without their awareness.
If you are taking the plane to your travel destination and you heard the expression: blue juice, you should realize that this refers to a malfunction in the bathroom.
In order to avoid saying the exact words that describe the situations -and maybe make the passengers on the airplane uncomfortable- flight attendants resort to expressions such as the blue juice I tasted in France was amazing.