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13 Secrets About Air Travel All Passengers Should Know

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13 secrets about air travel all passengers should know. Like most things in life, travel requires experience. With each trip you embark on, you will start to get more comfortable and familiar with the means of travel, and it all begins from your planning, until the time you board your plane at the airport, where your journey all begins. But did you know that there are some things you don’t know about when you take a trip, specifically when you travel in the air? Well today, we’re going to get you up to speed with some secrets that you as a passenger should know about.

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Timestamps:
01. When Is It Best To Buy Tickets?: 01:36
02. Airline Employees And Their Closest Family Get Reduced Cost Air Tickets: 02:18
03. The 7 Most Common Reasons Why Luggage Get Lost: 02:47
04. Locks Don’t Protect Luggage From Being Opened: 04:07
05. Why It’s Really Forbidden To Smoke Onboard: 04:55
06. Why Passengers Are Asked To Turn Off Their Cell Phones: 05:35
07. Aisle And Window Seat Armrests Can Be Raised: 06:08
08. The Reason Why There Are Hand Grips At The Door Inside The Plane: 06:39
09. The Captain And Co-Pilot Are Fed Differently: 07:07
10. Not All Minor Failures Are Repaired Immediately: 07:35
11. These Runway Numbers Are Important: 08:05
12. Be Polite, And You Won’t Regret It: 08:25
13. The Toilets Never Lock: 09:18

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Summary:
1. When Is It Best To Buy Tickets?

Buying tickets can be a tricky part of the trip planning process. Time can be the difference in hundreds of dollars. Whether you choose to book last minute, or several months in advance, there will undoubtedly be price differences, and they’re always changing.

2. Airline Employees And Their Closest Family Get Reduced Cost Air Tickets.

For many airlines worldwide, employees of the company are offered cheaper, even free, tickets for themselves, and their immediate family. In most cases, the employee will only be charged the taxes and duties, leaving the cost of the flight free of charge.

3. The 7 Most Common Reasons Why Luggage Get Lost.

When travelling, worrying about your luggage can be one of the most stressful parts of your journey. We all want the things that we packed to stay close to us, and not be tampered with. Sometimes, it can be out of our own control, unfortunately.

4. Locks Don’t Protect Luggage From Being Opened.

This is a common idea that most travelers have; placing a lock on the outside zipper of your luggage. Though this may seem secure, and only you really have the keys to unlock it, there are too many professional thieves who can easily pick it and open it.

5. Why It’s Really Forbidden To Smoke Onboard.

Smoking on airplanes has long been a thing of the past, with people having their speculations as to why. Some may think it is a potential fire hazard, however, smoking was once allowed on airplanes, and there weren’t any related fires.


6. Why Passengers Are Asked To Turn Off Their Cell Phones.

Though we may think that our cell phones can cause critical interference or malfunctions on the airplane, that isn’t exactly the truth. It does, however, create static on the radio signal, which can lead to miscommunication from the pilots, and missing key information for the dispatcher.

7. Aisle And Window Seat Armrests Can Be Raised.

Comfort is a big thing on an airplane. Often times, we find ourselves crammed next to others, sharing an armrest. To our luck, we have access to both armrests, and they can both be raised and adjusted.

8. The Reason Why There Are Hand Grips At The Door Inside The Plane.

Some of us may have wondered why there are hand grips on the door inside of the plane. This is intended for flight crew in the event of a panic situation, where individuals can easily react and knock them down or even out of the plane. The hand grips will help the employee stay upright and keep their balance at a time like this.

9. The Captain And Co-Pilot Are Fed Differently.

The captain and co-pilot eat two separate meals during the flight, due to the risk of one of them potentially having a reaction or get poisoned, and are therefore unable to operate the aircraft. In this case, the pilot will get substituted by the other. This ensures that they aren’t both phased by any intake that will hinder their performance.

10. Not All Minor Failures Are Repaired Immediately.

There is an extensive list of things to be checked prior to a flight’s departure. Naturally, there are minor failures that an aircraft endures, and they aren’t exactly repaired immediately.

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