Just Hold On Tight
If you thought holding your baby on your lap while boarding a flight is safe, we seriously suggest that you reconsider this. There is actually so much potential danger that you are putting your baby in. And although airline regulations allow babies till the age of two years old to sit on their parents’ laps, a majority of the pilots agree that this is generally not safe. Why so?
So holding a baby in your lap is similar to holding your laptops. Your babies are in danger of flying straight up into the air if in case your plane hits dangerous conditions like turbulence, updraft, impact, or deceleration. So it is advised that you do not risk it and to quickly get your baby strapped in! You certainly would not want anything of this incident to happen to you, right?
Water “Landings” Don’t Exist
Like we just mentioned, it is fairly common in the airline industry to use polite euphemisms to do away with bad situations. Even in the case of zero visibility, you will always get a reassuring response. They would most likely tell you that “It’s a bit foggy out there.” So next time you hear this, we assure you that things are not always as they seem to be, meaning they could be for the worse…
More Like Ocean Crashing
This can be proven by what they call “water landings.” Actually, it only occurs when the pilot decides it is the last chance for survival. Then he would crash land the plane into the water like we have seen Sully Sullenberger with Flight 1549 on the Hudson River. One pilot has confirmed the truth behind these water landings: “It’s called crashing into the ocean.”
While traveling, be it, on the road or in the air, we want to stay in the most comfortable position possible. We all know that there is a trick for where to sit for the ride to be smooth, there’s a secret trick to sitting in the spot with the best temperature while traveling on a plane. So if at any point you have traveled and you are not satisfied with the temperature, let us tell you what to do…
At The Back
A tech pilot at a regional Texas airline has explained what to do when these situations arise, “The general flow of air in any airplane is from front to back. So if you’re really concerned about breathing the freshest possible air or not getting too hot, sit as close to the front as you can. Planes are generally warmest in the back.” So there you have it, in case you feel chilling in your plane ride.