A new trend began when the emergency workers from all over the world started showing off the range of emergency equipment they carry in their vehicles.
But it looks like Transavia, a European budget airline, has nailed what is globally being called the ‘Tetris Challenge.’
Watch their version of the Tetris challenge below!
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The unofficial competition started when Zurich Police Department shared a photo of all the emergency equipment they have in a routine traffic patrol car laid down on the ground, along with the two on-duty officers in the car.
The trend saw others including ambulance and fire services showing off their equipment in the same fashion.
The ‘Tetris Challenge’ did see some amazing entries from all over the world but Holland-based Transavia is the first airline to have competed in it – and it has surely redefined the limits of the challenge.
Transavia took everything out of a Boeing 737-800 and lined it on the floor just next to the plane to mark the first entry of an airline in the challenge.
Transavia said they worked a total of 5 hours to lay out the insides of the Boeing cabin on Monday night.
They also captured the entire thing on camera. According to a spokesperson for Transavia, they had to complete the whole activity within one night due to strict safety guidelines.
To include the human part of the plane in the photos, six crew members were directed right from a flight to the location of the action to take their positions on the ground.
The whole thing was taken on camera by a drone. Yes, it was such a big perimeter that only a drone could record the whole thing on one frame.
The Transavia team said they did not actually take the seats of the aircraft apart but instead arranged the same seats form a warehouse.
The now-viral photo from the airline’s bid to rock Tetris Challenge shows the following things, from left to right:
- 50 three-seater seats
- Life jackets
- Menu cards
- Life jackets and demo packages
- 1 Pilot
- 1 Co-pilot
- 4 Cabin Attendants
- Safety cards
- Drawers with Food and Drink assortment
- Safety vests
- Safety Equipment
- On-board magazine Enjoy
- Suitcases and bags
- Waste bags
Now that’s all from Transavia. Guess who can smash the challenge? Emirates with an A380 or the Airforce with a C-5 Galaxy? Let’s hope they do so!