Reblogging my safety tips before and during air flights. It was originally posted in 2009 but still rings true to this day. I decided to reblog this because I sorely miss flying and two, I just watched the movie “SULLY” starring my favorite actor, Tom Hanks last night. And, I loved the movie! SULLY is a biographical drama film about Captain Chesley Sullenberger of US Airways who managed an epic and successful water landing in the Hudson River in 2009 when Flight 1549 encountered bird strikes.
Last year, I had a blast when it comes to travel and I had the luxury to do it with planes. The lucky break continued this year. As a matter of fact, I had this year my very first international flight. So far, I’m happy because I’ve confirmed that I have no fear of flying. =) or it’s just for the sake of travel? Anyhow, lots of us LOVE to travel, especially these times when several airline companies are offering airfare discounts. Let’s review some safety tips when it comes to flying….
STAYING SAFE on a plane trip:
- Aisle seats close to the over-wing emergency exits are said to be safer. These seats are commonly in the mid-front section of the plane. If you sit near the window next to an emergency exit, you may be in a more dangerous zone in the event of a crash that jams the…
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