Safe Landing Airbus A380

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Description: The most important factors bearing on an effective rescue in a survivable aircraft accident are the training firefighters receive, the effectiveness of their equipment, and the speed with which they and equipment designated for rescue and firefighting purposes can be put to use.\n In March 2006, a full-scale evacuation demonstration was conducted in Hamburg, Germany, under U.S. and European regulatory bodies. Firefighters would need a specialized, second-level access vehicle that can reach 25 feet (7.5 meters) from the ground for egress into all levels of the aircraft, a quick-response vehicle fitted with an elevated boom with a piercing nozzle that could provide very early fire suppression into the burning interior, and high-pressure fans to provide quick ventilation of any toxic smoke build-up in the cabin.
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