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Aviation Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for aircraft pilots, mechanics, and enthusiasts. It only takes a minute to sign up. I understand why they are asked to open them during day-time take-offs and landings - probably because rescue teams can look inside in the case of a crash. The only reason I can think of is that people might mistake the cabin lights for landing lights, hence misjudging the planes orientation. Still, it is very difficult to mistake a row of cabin lights for landing lights?
This is a personal experience rather than an authoritative answer, but I thought it would be relevant. I fly a few airlines fairly frequently and have done for many years. I've always thought that blinds should be open for safety reasons. However, a few years back I was on a flight with an airline that I'd flown many times before and had always enforced the blinds-open policy.
To my surprise everyone was asked to close the window blinds. Within a year the trend had increased to point where all flights by this airline were blinds-closed.
Then, a year or so after that, the policy was reverted to blinds-open and has remained since. My theory is that someone in the senior crew, or crew training, mixed up the policy and started enforcing the wrong one i. I think this is plausible as the reasons for having blinds-open are not entirely obvious. It would also explain the gradual adoption of the new policy. I guess someone eventually realised the mistake, hence the sudden reversal. Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top.
Why are passengers requested to close their window blinds during a night-time takeoff? Asked 5 years, 7 months ago.