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  1. rc70ys says:

    Josh

    I hope you’re sending an anonymous email to these airlines for breaching the most basic of rules.

    I think it’s your obligation to the public to report these airlines

    Heads need to roll. And NO you’re not being over dramatic.

    Just because accidents are rare history has proven that accidents do continue to happen.

    Thanks ☺️

  2. suou says:

    i think if you need the leg space than you should take the Shinkansen. travel time will be longer but it departs and arrives in city center so the total time generally is the same.
    … unless if you want to an airplane of course.

  3. Michael Rogers says:

    I totally agree, with all you're informative information, particularly on safety,and when an Airline is not following the rules – which can be exstremely dangerous or catastrophic. In these circumstances when an Aircraft fails to dim the cabin lights in the hours of darkness, when during take off or landing, Thank you Josh, for youre expert advice.

  4. EKK says:

    Absolutely if we all knew when an accident will happen then you would be overreacting but we don't so take precaution all the time. Thats a big no no. And this seems to be a big problem with domestic and regional flights. Shame on them.

  5. Alessandro Visco says:

    I didn't knew about the eyes having trouble to adjust to the sudden outside darkness In case of emergency, as I've always thought the light dim during takeoff/landing wasn't a mandatory procedure for air carriers. That's an interesting thing I learnt today, thank you for the informative video!

  6. Lorraine Whiting says:

    After reading comments from others regarding aviation rules in different countries – it sounds like a common sense rule that SHOULD be applied worldwide. There is NOTHING more important than safety. Love your videos Josh because I LOVE flying. Thank you.

  7. Tashiro Yu says:

    Just as an information:
    On domestic Japanese flights (where not the FAA (American Federal Aviation Administration) is setting the framework but the JCAB (Japan Civil Aviation Bureau)) it is not required by law to dim the lights during take off and landing. It depends on each airline whether to dim the lights or not.
    So for example JAL (and also other JAL Group Airlines) are dimming the lights but ANA (and their group Airlines f.e. Peach) are not.

  8. Dennis Challinor says:

    Josh, I like your videos and I agree with you about safety. My father worked in aviation and you followed the procedures to the letter for two reasons: 1: in case of the "big what if", and; 2: to keep laxness from setting in and have standards fall until disaster strikes. Aircraft can be very unforgiving devices in inexperienced hands.

  9. peter mandrell says:

    I travelled on Peach airlines from Okinawa to Osaka, absolutely the worst check in experience ever, little more than a tin shed, none of the staff had any idea what they were doing. Never again.

  10. Chen老翰 says:

    Wow! I have never thought about why the pilots dim the light during landing.
    Thank you for your explanation, Mr. Cahill!
    I really enjoy watching your videos since traveling abroad has been so difficult and sometimes jeopardous ever since the COVID-19 pandemic.
    May you stay safe and sound, and keep bringing us more wonderful videos!😁

  11. Benjamin YEN says:

    Safety should always come first, I flew a lot with peach, vanilla and jet star while living in Japan, but never noticed this safety flaw before. Thanks for sharing ur travel experiences with us

  12. Andre V says:

    Hello, I am an airline captain based in Japan and I can explain why Peach (and ANA for that matter) don't dim the cabin lights during approach and landing. For pilots it helps us to see other aircraft easier at night and also to tell which direction the other aircraft is traveling in. It's much easier to see a long line of illuminated cabin windows stretching the entire length of the fueselage, than it is to just see the regular anti-collision lights mounted on the wingtips and a few other places. During cruise it is less important because aircraft are spaced farther apart, but during approach and landing, aircraft are in much closer proximity to each other so collision avoidance utilizing "see and avoid" as a last resort, becomes more critical. There is a valid argument for the ability of the flight attendants to see outside of the windows easier to maintain their orientation if we crash or have to evacuate, but during those scenarios all of the aircraft emergency lights and interior lighting will automatically be turned up to full intensity anyways.

  13. kljhgfdg lkjhgfd says:

    Hello! I love your videos:)

    I live in japan and have flew with this airlines many times. One thing that I heard from worker at the airlines is that they follow their parent company ANA when it talk about safety procedures because they don’t have knowledge and experience. So they could get license easily when they started up.

    By the way, the cabin lights of all ANA and ANA’s children (Starflyer, Soraseed Air, Air Do, ANA wings, Air Japan, etc) are not dimmed during take off and landing. In contrast JAL and JAL’s children (Jetstar, JTA, J-Air, etc) always dim cabin lights when it’s dark.

  14. Christiaan D says:

    you have the fullest right to be angry at the airline for ignoring a very simple basic rule which can save lots of lives. If i would have flown with such an airliner, than i would def. send a complain.

  15. Juan José González Moreno says:

    I don't really know about flying rules, but of at least one was broken because of not turning lights off during landing at night… That is definitely bad.

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